Series: Shortcuts, G2 – Joe Jackson
Amateur climbers risk arrest – and even their lives – by scaling bridges and abandoned buildings
A small group is perilously perched atop one of New York’s iconic bridges. It’s late at night and they have no support gear – just a camera. But these are not photographers or adrenaline junkies. Instead they call themselves recreational trespassers – because they climb, crawl and creep along bridges, tunnels and abandoned buildings.