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    Camera held (carefully!) over the edge of the Empire State building in New York City.

    Anthony Brennan on Flickr, tigerweet, and 13 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Anthony Brennan on Flickr 87 months ago | reply

      Woah... That's really intense.

    2. catb - 87 months ago | reply

      This gives me vertigo, just looking at it!

    3. frenchy_rjp 87 months ago | reply

      tossed my lunch, thanks..
      faved in 3 secs.

    4. atoga [deleted] 87 months ago | reply

      amazing.

      also, because of the way this is composed & the buildings are laid out, i thought the buildings were really all part of a circuit board when i first saw this photo? god help me

    5. davebushe 87 months ago | reply

      OK....this was a random hold my camera out into the air shot. I'd love to know where all the comments and faves are coming from!!!

      Thanks all!

    6. bopo 87 months ago | reply

      Warren Ellis likes you.

    7. davebushe 87 months ago | reply

      Aha! Cheers for the link bopo!

    8. Maxim D 87 months ago | reply

      This is a stunning shot! It seems unreal!
      But where was taken the photo? Any flickr map for it?

    9. davebushe 87 months ago | reply

      Maxim, just back from travelling and will get to tagging everything and mapping them over the next few days. This was from the top of the Empire State Building in New York city.

    10. Maxim D 87 months ago | reply

      Oh ok!
      Keep up the good shots!

    11. ΡπΙρΣπ 87 months ago | reply

      If a penny dropped.... where would it land?

      --
      Seen in 1-2-3 (?)

    12. annagfraser 87 months ago | reply

      that makes my head spin just looking at it

    13. davebushe 87 months ago | reply

      I don't mind heights but I'll admit I was slightly glad not to have been able to see over the edge at the time!

    14. Johnny Leftlung 86 months ago | reply

      I think I prefer this in 2d perspective rather than nausea inducing reality!

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