Extreme Point of View in Dubai

Regular readers of my posts will know that I am a fan of images taken from a high or low perspective. Below you’ll find an incredible photo from an extremely high point of view! Such a photo would never come from my camera, partly because I’m not that good a photographer, but more importantly because I do not have a head for heights.

So the best I can do is share this photo from the Guardian with you. Enjoy!

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View from the Burj Khalifa, Dubai

Reblogged from Photographs from the Guardian Eyewitness series
Tuesday 5 November 2013 13.30 GMT

Photographer Alisdair Miller spent two hours climbing the world’s tallest building, the 2,722ft Burj Khalifa, to capture this spectacular picture from its steel pinnacle.

Pro tip: The amazing vantage point is accentuated by using a wide-angle lens and a small aperture to keep as much of the image in focus as possible

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This would have been the perfect entry for my Look Up, Look Down challenge!

4 thoughts on “Extreme Point of View in Dubai

    1. I can’t cope with some of the escalators on the Moscow metro so imagine what it’s doing to me! Incredible shot though , isn’t it 🙂

      Sent from my iPhone

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