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Thursday, January 3, 2013

Rooftopping? It's just jaw-dropping! Vertigo-inducing pictures taken by rooftopper who wants to take photography to new heights

By SEAN O'HARE

Daring photographer Tom Ryaboi snaps the Toronto skyline from the top of skyscrapers

If the thought of walking along the edge of skyscrapers completely unprotected turns you queasy, it's probably best you look away now.
Daring photographer Tom Ryaboi snaps the Toronto skyline from the top of skyscrapers as a pioneer of the heart-stopping photography movement rooftopping.
To achieve these breathtaking photographs, he often has to evade security guards, dogs - and even urban falcons defending their nests.

The 28-year-old is one of the pioneers of rooftopping, which sees members scale tall buildings to take pictures of the streets below

Walking freely along the edge of skyscrapers, knowing full well that one slip would mean game over is part of the attraction for rooftoppers. This particular rooftopper has the audacity to do it in a clown's mask

To achieve these breathtaking photographs, he often has to evade security guards, dogs - and even urban falcons defending their nests

Fearless rooftopper stands on the very edge of one of Toronto's skyscrapers as a camera catches the pose. A fall would mean certain death

Tom Ryaboi is really pushing the boundaries here as he straddles two iron girders suspended above a skyscraper roof

Here Mr Ryaboi can be seen setting up his camera on the edge of a building at dusk

Tom Ryaboi can be seen here angling his camera for a downward shot of Toronto at night, with the CN Tower in the background

Rooftoppers often disguise themselves to get past security and to the top of buildings in order to capture the shot they want

The dangers of rooftopping are obvious as followers climb out to areas that are unprotected and thousands of feet above ground

A female rooftopper is seen here sitting on the edge of a skyscraper at night

Life continues below as rooftoppers capture scenes that are rarely seen by the general public

Canada's tallest building, the CN tower towering, poking above cloud level and photographed by an intrepid rooftopper risking his life on a nearby skyscraper roof

Rooftopping will often take its participants above cloud level

A downward shot between two skyscrapers

A slow exposure of the streets of Toronto

A downward shot between two skyscrapers

This downward shot captures the sheer drop over which rooftopper Tom Ryaboi peers

Trainers on the rooftop ledge show just how close rooftoppers get to the edge

source: dailymail



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