These are incredible pictures of Hong Kong, but come with a ‘don’t try this at home’ warning – because the photographer risked his life to take them.
Tamás Rizsavi, a Hungarian train driver, travelled to the city earlier this year with the sole purpose of capturing images of the urban landscape from the highest buildings he could find.
His series of photos show jaw-dropping views snapped after he climbed unaided up five of the city’s skyscrapers, some of which were 50 storeys tall.
But despite his risky approach to photography, Tamás, who has 112,000 fans on Facebook, says he never gets afraid. He told MailOnline Travel: ‘I went on top of at least five tall buildings in Hong Kong. When I was climbing, I was always in a hurry so I didn’t really pay attention to the height, but there were buildings that were surely above 50 storeys.
‘This is all about passion, adrenaline, and the love of photography. For me this is a holiday activity, just like fishing is for some people.’
Scroll down to see a selection of the daredevil’s breath-taking endeavours…
Photographer Tamás Rizsavi travelled to Hong Kong earlier this year to climb up the highest buildings he could find to take incredible pictures of the city below
Tamás works as a train driver in his native Hungary. Some of the buildings he scaled in Hong Kong were more than 50 storeys tall
Tamás told MailOnline Travel: ‘I went on top of at least five tall buildings in Hong Kong. When I was climbing, I was always in a hurry so I didn’t really pay attention to the height’
Tamás says that he loves combining the adrenaline of climbing high buildings with his passion for photography
Although it was his first visit to Hong Kong, Tamás says that he hopes it won’t be his last
While on his trip to Hong Kong, Tamás says he climbed at all hours of the day and night – even in the twilight fog
The main goal for Tamás while on his trip to Hong Kong was to show the city from a ‘unique perspective’
Tamás travelled to Hong Kong with a number of friends who also climbed some of the city’s vast skyscrapers
Tamás usually carries his camera in his backpack while climbing but if he has to climb through narrow passages, he clips it onto himself using a carabiner
Tamás said: ‘For me this is a holiday occasion, just like fishing is for some people’
Despite being a photographer, Tamás says that he will never give up his job as a train driver as he ‘loves the railroad’
A life goal for Tamás is to visit every country on the planet and take photos of them from the highest places he can find
Tamás climbed a soaring residential building to capture this stunning image of sports pitches