If You’re Afraid of Heights, Take a Peek!
One way to tackle your fear of heights is to stay away from any place that is bound to make you dizzy. Another way is readying yourself to get rid of it once and for all and deal with the fear head-on. Well, maybe not head-on, but you know what we mean…Here, Russian photographer George Lanchevsky shows you how.
Based in Moscow, and travelling all over the world to pursue his love for photography, Lanchevsky was also riddled with a fear of heights, a fear that has gotten in the way of his favorite thing in the world. After all, there are so many beautiful views that can be captured in your lens from high above.
Well, Lanchevsky decided to do something about it, and with a few friends tagging along, this daring photographer climbed atop a 155-foot-high crane, not only tackling his fear of heights, but also bringing us some of the most amazing images of skylines.
What began as an experiment to beat his fear of heights soon transformed into a full-fledged photography collection, and today, Lanchevsky has great shots to show from around the world, all from dizzying heights! His collection has pictures which were taken from atop cranes, as well as others where models take to the edges of tall buildings to give us those incredible views.
Strap yourself in for a mindboggling ride that shows you just what living on the edge means!
There are other scintillating captures in his collection and our guess is that these make their way in whenever Lanchevsky is taking a break from climbing cranes!