An Amazing Foot Shot from World’s Highest Rooftop

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How does it look to be at the edge of the Burj Khalifa 820 meters up? National Geographic and landscape photographer Joe McNally, who’s known for his “Faces of Ground Zero” and work with Life, sharedhis landscape photography techniques & this foot shot on his Instagram yesterday to let everyone know.

He wasn’t even supposed to be up there. Normally, vistors are allowed only to the observation deck.

But instead standing inches from the 820 meter tall edge, he took this foot shot from the very top of the world’s tallest building. McNally pointed his camera downward and captured what is truly a dizzying shot, his feet extending from the top!

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Be sure to check out Joe McNally’s blog and Instagram.

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