Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Vincent Laforet captured one-of-a-kind photographs of New York City and all he had to do was hang out of a helicopter at 7,500 feet above the city at night. “This was quite scary,” Laforet told ABC News. “Your imagination starts to take over but I kept focusing on the pictures.” Laforet says he has had a fascination with shooting the city from such a high altitude ever since he was a, “kid looking out of plane windows.” When Men’s Health Magazine called him for photographs to accompany an article on psychology, Laforet made the pitch on the basis that the streets, from such a high level, look like brain synapses. The shoot took place in December and took just one hour but has drawn such attention that Laforet says he plans to do similar shoots in cities like Hong Kong, Paris and San Francisco. Click HERE to follow Laforet's project.