When you've trained as an architect, pilot, and photographer, it makes sense that your sense of perspective may be a bit heightened — in every sense of the word. That's exactly what readers will find when they check out architect-turned photographer/pilot Alex MacLean's book Up on the Roof: New York's Hidden Skyline Spaces ($50). In this new book, MacLean documents the rooftops of New York City — an oft-overlooked extension of most people's living spaces — revealing bathing beauties, sky-high basketball courts, swank patios, and much more. Keep reading to get a sneak peek at some of the fascinating photos from the book.
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