Driver of train takes a risk to take photos on the roofs of skyscrapers

Driver of train takes a risk to take photos on the roofs of skyscrapers
With passion and love for photography, Tamas Rizsavi, a train driver from Hungary, climbed over 50-storey buildings to take pictures on his trip to Hong Kong (China).

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Driver of train takes a risk to take photos on the roofs of skyscrapers
Tamas Rizsavi, from Hungary, arrived in Hong Kong earlier this year with the sole purpose of capturing images of the urban landscape from the tallest buildings he found. Incredible photos of Hong Kong come with the warning "don't try this at home" because the photographer risked his life to take them.
Driver of train takes a risk to take photos on the roofs of skyscrapers
His series of photos shows magical views from the rooftops of various skyscrapers even though some of them are taller than 50 floors. The images capture the magnificent and shimmering Hong Kong scenery from above.
Driver of train takes a risk to take photos on the roofs of skyscrapers
Despite the risky approach to photography, Tamas, who has 112,000 fans on his profile, says he never felt scared.
Driver of train takes a risk to take photos on the roofs of skyscrapers
Sharing with the Daily Mail, he said: "I have been walking on top of at least 5 high-rise buildings in Hong Kong. When climbing, I am always in a hurry so I don't really pay attention to the height even though some buildings are definitely over 50 floors. Like many people having fun fishing on the holidays, this job is my passion and love of photography. "
Driver of train takes a risk to take photos on the roofs of skyscrapers
Tamas is a train driver in Hungary. Although he loved photography, Tamas said he would never give up driving a train because of his love for railroads. I hope this first visit to Hong Kong will not be the last.
Driver of train takes a risk to take photos on the roofs of skyscrapers
The climbing up of buildings was done regardless of day or night, even in the sunset fog. Tamas' main goal during the trip to Hong Kong is to represent the city from a unique perspective.
Driver of train takes a risk to take photos on the roofs of skyscrapers
He came here with a number of friends who also have a passion for the vast skyscrapers. A camera is an item to bring with him on every journey. If he had to climb through narrow paths, he would spin himself with the help of a multifunction hook.
Driver of train takes a risk to take photos on the roofs of skyscrapers
Tamas's life goal is to visit all the countries on the planet and take pictures of them from the highest places he can find.

Driver of train takes a risk to take photos on the roofs of skyscrapers Driver of train takes a risk to take photos on the roofs of skyscrapers Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on October 09, 2019 Rating: 5

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