So Wouter van Buuren is a photographer.
But one who’s schtick is to scale utility poles, tip-toe across bridges, and climb out of skyscrapers to get fish eye shots of the world above.
The amazing thing is that he then takes the shots and puts them together to create what he calls “total landscapes”. However, this stitching together doesn’t take place in Phototshop. Rather, he lays out 100 pics and puts them together in a way that creates a single image.