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15 Illegal Photos Of Toronto From Deadly Height

Imagine how charismatic and charming it would be to see a beautiful city from a height of around 700 feet?

Rob Mac (full name Robert MacFarlane) is a tower crane operator in Toronto, Canada, who is popular on social media for his amazing snaps. His photographs from the top of L Tower went viral on the internet as he posted them on his Twitter and Instagram. L Tower in Toronto has 58 floors and is under construction. It stretches more than 670ft into the Canadian sky.

Rob thought of capturing the views of the city from his crane without any expectation. He has become famous not only in Toronto, but people from all over the world are appreciating his amazing photographs. For over 18 months now, he has captured more than 5,000 miraculous photos of Toronto from a big height. 

He has now updated his Twitter profile as 'no longer at the L Tower' and 'unemployed'. Rob (@SkyJacked793) has thousands of followers on Twitter and Instagram. 

Images Source:@SkyJacked793

15 Illegal Photos Of Toronto From Deadly Height

15 Illegal Photos Of Toronto From Deadly Height

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Enjoy looking at the city from dizzy heights.

Enjoy looking at the city from dizzy heights.

1. Toronto's purple sky.

1. Toronto's purple sky.

2. Spectacular night view. Rob says Toronto never sleeps.

2. Spectacular night view. Rob says Toronto never sleeps.

3. One of the landscaped vistas from his album.

3. One of the landscaped vistas from his album.

4. Rob didn't miss to hook a tiny raccoon who climbed on the machine deck.

4. Rob didn't miss to hook a tiny raccoon who climbed on the machine deck.

Mac was confronted by a raccoon at the top.

5. Rob never thought his photographs would earn popularity.

5. Rob never thought his photographs would earn popularity.

6. Rob's working place is the top of a crane. He loved capturing the glimpses during his working hours.

6. Rob's working place is the top of a crane. He loved capturing the glimpses during his working hours.

7. Each day would find his city look different form the height.

7. Each day would find his city look different form the height.

8. Toronto Harbour in the winter.

8. Toronto Harbour in the winter.

9. A view of Bluffer's Park Marina.

9. A view of Bluffer's Park Marina.

10. A fog-bound crane.

10. A fog-bound crane.

11. A splendid cityscape.

11. A splendid cityscape.

12. Sunrise from the top of the city.

12. Sunrise from the top of the city.

13. He enjoys photography during the work.

13. He enjoys photography during the work.

14. Foggy Toronto looks too cool.

14. Foggy Toronto looks too cool.

15. Looking up is as amazing as looking down.

15. Looking up is as amazing as looking down.

16. Rob operates the highest freestanding crane in Toronto.

16. Rob operates the highest freestanding crane in Toronto.

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