For a long time now we’ve been following the vertigo-inducing work of fearless Magyar photographer Tamás Rizsavi, who scales tall buildings, radio towers, and even statues to capture incredible perspectives over his hometown of Budapest. Now Rizsavi is gaining worldwide renown with a new collection of pictures posted on Bored Panda yesterday, already garnering over 4,000 views since then – take a look at his newest photo essay of soaring scenery, if you’re not afraid of heights!
For the past six years, Tamás Rizsavi has been climbing the most remarkable buildings and towers of Budapest in his never-ending quest to get the perfect shot of his hometown. This is his love and passion, and he often risks his life to capture one-of-a-kind Budapest moments amid unbelievable lights and heights. Rizsavi tries to take photos in varied weather and natural light conditions; he tries to show everyone how beautiful the Magyar metropolis is whether there is fog, blinding sunshine, or darkness. Coming from a background of working in public transportation, his true passion is photography – he uses this tool to demonstrate to the world how proud he is of the city he lives in. A fresh collection of his most recent photos were posted yesterday on Bored Panda, already garnering more than 4,000 views; here is our selection among these new shots.