French-born, Hong Kong–based photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagreze presents a unique, worm’s eye view of Hong Kong with his new series, Vertical Horizon. Hong Kong is known for its high density architecture, with buildings rising up continuously as the city grows over the years. This photo series puts into perspective the number and height of the buildings throughout Hong Kong by framing the composition from the bottom. The photographs are part of a hard cover book that Jacquet-Lagreze had published, and the photographer also has an exhibition at AVA in Hong Kong’s own Panorama Hotel, which opened on April 23 and will run through June 24. The book can be ordered online now for $280 HKD (approximately $35 AUD).