Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

Categories: Aerophoto | North America

Photographer Navid Baraty has unveiled stunning bird's-eye shots of vibrant New York City. In order to capture a busy New York or Tokyo, Nevid has to literally hover over the edge. “I just lean in so that I feel comfortable while shooting. I'm more worried about the possibility of my camera falling. But to prevent this from happening, I tie it to my hand, ”said the photographer.

Thanks to the work of the photographer, we have a unique opportunity to look at the Big Apple from the height of skyscrapers. “I believe that the rhythm of New York can only be appreciated by looking from a great height: a constant stream of taxis, switching traffic lights, waves of pedestrians crossing the road, the sound of sirens…” says the author of urban photographs Baraty.

Navid Baraty himself was born and raised in rural Ohio, USA. Feeling drawn to photography, he quit his boring job as an engineer and moved permanently to majestic New York. Nevid found his calling in the genre of documentary and landscape photography. His work has been published in such large and well-known publications as Men's Journal, National Geographic, CBS New York, San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Magazine, WNYC, The Huffington Post.

(Total 22 photos)

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

1. Looking down 6th Avenue towards One World Trade Center.

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

2. Bryant Park in Midtown, Manhattan.

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

3. Park Avenue is one of the main thoroughfares that cross Manhattan from north to south.

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

4. Mid-Day Manhattan…

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

5. ... and in the evening.

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

6. Sixth Avenue is an important road in Manhattan, along which traffic moves north or to the outskirts of residential areas.

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

7. 42nd Street during the day is one of the busiest business streets in central Manhattan. The length of the street is about 3.5 km. It crosses the entire island from the East River to the Hudson River.

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

8. 42nd street in the evening. Let's take a closer look...

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

9. Pandemonium in Bryant Park ...

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

10. Sixth Avenue again.

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

eleven.

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

12. "Spider-Man" during the parade on Thanksgiving Day.

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

13. 38th street.

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

14. Taxi and umbrellas.

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

15. Chelsea is a historic district in the northwest of Lower Manhattan.

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

16. Evening in New York.

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

17. A string of taxis.

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

18. Thanksgiving Parade.

Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

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Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

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Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

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Dizzying New York from the height of skyscrapers

22. View from the 103rd floor of the Empire State Building.

Keywords: Skyscraper | New York | From above

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