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Stomach-Churning Daredevil Photography

Ascending to the extreme heights and locales that most of us can only fathom seeing from a silver screen, 25-year-old photographer Lucinda Grange proves that you don’t need a big budget for big shots; you only need some imagination–and skill at evading security guards. From Scotland to Brazil, Grange has seen it all, and thankfully she’s willing to share her experiences with us more terrestrial types. Here are some of Grange’s most impressive shots to date.

Lucinda Grange Times Square
An aerial view of New York’s Times Square. Source: The Daily Mail
Lucinda Grange Wales
Looking outward at Wales. Source: The Daily Mail
Lucinda Grange Manhattan
Grange, standing parallel to New York’s Empire State Building while perched atop the Chrysler Building. Source: The Daily Mail

Lucinda Grange
Lucinda Grange herself. Source: The Daily Mail
Lucinda Grange Scotland Bridge
What Scottish waters look like from the peak of the Firth of Forth Bridge. Source: The Daily Mail
Lucinda Grange Paris Business District
Lucinda Grange before Paris’ business district. Source: The Daily Mail

Lucinda Grange Notre Dame
Taken from the edges of Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower can be seen glowing in the distance. Source: The Daily Mail
Lucinda Grange Manhattan Bridge
The New York skyline as seen from the Manhattan Bridge. Source: The Daily Mail
Lucinda Grange London
A view of London at night. Source: The Daily Mail
Lucinda Grange London Underground
Exploring London’s underground. Source: The Daily Mail
Lucinda Grange Herccilio Luz Bridge
Atop Brazil’s Herccilio Luz Bridge. Source: The Daily Mail

Lucinda Grange Giza
Granger and her friend pose on top of the pyramids at Giza. Source: The Daily Mail
Lucinda Grange Disused Subway New York
An abandoned subway station in New York City. Source: The Daily Mail
Lucinda Grange Chrysler Building
Lucinda Grange on top of the Chrysler Building. Source: The Daily Mail

Lucinda Grange Bulgarian Communist Headquarters
At the abandoned Bulgarian Communist Party Headquarters. Source: The Daily Mail

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