Taken from 20 stories up this photo details all of the buildings in the city.

Shot by Jeffrey Martin from the lowest observation deck of the Tokyo Tower, this panorama is 600,000-pixels wide and consists of 10,000 photos stitched together.

The shot was taken with a Canon 7D from 20 stories up and is so detailed that the viewer can see not only every building in the city but also individual people running on tracks and fields. The site that hosts the panorama is interactive and allows the viewer to zoom in, out, and around the image.

Watch Martin’s creative process in the video below:

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