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Eye-popping vertical: Photos give Hong Kong skyscrapers a radical new look

City dwellers are perhaps more acquainted with the architecture of their phones than the skyscrapers that carve out their commutes. However, Hong Kong-based photographer <a href='http://www.rjl-art.com/' target='_blank'>Romain Jacquet-Lagrѐze</a> reckons eyes should be diverted upward. Documenting the colossal sky-rises that crowd the city, Jacquet-Lagrѐze captures these giants from the ground up in his book <a href='http://www.rjl-art.com/vertical-horizon.php' target='_blank'>Vertical Horizons</a>, unveiling extraordinary sights often missed when heads are kept down. <!-- -->
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</br>By Monique Todd, for CNN

City dwellers are perhaps more acquainted with the architecture of their phones than the skyscrapers that carve out their commutes. However, Hong Kong-based photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagrѐze reckons eyes should be diverted upward. Documenting the colossal sky-rises that crowd the city, Jacquet-Lagrѐze captures these giants from the ground up in his book Vertical Horizons, unveiling extraordinary sights often missed when heads are kept down.

By Monique Todd, for CNN