When it comes to architecture in Hong Kong, the sky is barely the limit. In an homage to one of the world's most vertical cities, French graphic artist Romain Jacquet-Lagreze captures the city from a craned-neck perpective in his book Vertical Horizon.
Vertical Horizon is a photographic journey between the buildings of a relentlessly growing city. It is a deep immersion into the city's thick atmospheres and a visual record of its wildly diverse built environment. This book is like a contemplative dive into the raw nature of Hong Kong and an expression of its vertical elan.
I'm not sure there is any better way to capture Hong Kong than upward. While the city is unquestionably captivating at street level, it's vertically that it really shines.
(images via Romain Jacquet-Lagreze)