Daredevil photographer scales new heights for her art

British snapper Lucinda Grange is carving out a name for herself in the world of extreme photography.

Daredevil photographer scales new heights for her art

(Extreme photographer Lucinda Grange on the Chrysler Building. Picture: Alex Shaw)

It takes a certain kind of person to clamber out onto the gargoyles of New York's iconic Chrysler Building, 61 floors above the teeming Manhattan streets.

One such person is UK-based photographer and adventure traveller Lucinda Grange.

The 25-year-old snapper, based in Hartlepool, has travelled the world for her art, and specialises in scaling tall structures to take images from above.

Like this shot of New York, from her newest book 'Outside the Lines':

(Picture: Lucinda Grange via Facebook)

Other climbs in her extreme collection include the Manhattan Bridge, The Forth Road Bridge, Notre Dame, the Great Pyramid of Giza and the Angel of the North.

WATCH: Here's the story behind some of her more daring escapades:

Bravo to her, we say - don't think you'd catch us hanging out 60 floors up.

(Lucinda Grange. Picture: Cleveland College of Art and Design)

Find out more about Lucinda on her Facebook page

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