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Henri Cartier-Bresson. In this photo I like how the reflection in the puddle is so clear, the water is like glass. I also like how you can not see past the person. It is bright so gives you an image in your head and seems weird.

I like this picture by Henri Cartier-Bresson. This picture uses the simplicity of a black and white picture and is simple in general. The reflection of the kid in the water gives a really nice effect that attracts viewers to view this picture.

Amazing things can happen when you have a huge mirror to spice up your photos - by Manu Pastrana.

Amazing things can happen when you have a huge mirror to spice up your landscape photos. By Manu Pastrana.

Inside the Kowloon Walled City where 50,000 residents eked out a grimy living in the most densely populated place on earth

Kowloon Walled City: A rare insight into one of the most densely populated places on earth which housed 50,000 people

Kowloon Walled City - West Side Street, 1989 (by Greg Girard) / alley / sci fi / dark future / cyberpunk / dystopia

Surreal Portraits Blend Mystical Landscapes with Reality - My Modern Metropolis

Surreal Portraits Blend Mystical Landscapes with Reality

A wild perspective by photographer Christopher Hassler

These awesome photos by German photographer Christopher Hassler, shot in a tunnel using a fisheye lens, have such a convincing tweaked perspective that they might just test the mettle of acrophobic viewers.

New York Street scenes - vivian maier

New York Street scenes

Title: Street Reflections Artist: Christopher Bliss Date of image: 1997

Reflected Landscape Photography By Victoria Siemer - UltraLinx

Reflected Landscape Photography By Victoria Siemer

Geometric Reflections Victoria Siemer (aka Witchoria) Victoria Siemer aka Witchoria produces new and unusual realities by altering expected perceptions of space with geometric shapes archatlas

Riverside, EastEnd by John Morrison and Harold Burdekin. #London

Spooky, Beautiful 1930s Photos of London Streets at Night

With his collaborator John Morrison, Harold Burdekin photographed the streets of the city of London in the dark for his book London Night, published in 193

London, 1980's, Photograph: Bob Mazzer

Going underground – in pictures

Photographer Cody Smith's beautiful landscapes posed a mirror in the foreground to force the viewer to take a new perspective

Thought Provoking Landscape Photography from Cody Smith

Photographer Guillaume Amat Places Mirrors Into Industrial and Natural Landscapes to Look Both Beyond and Behind

Photographer Guillaume Amat Places Mirrors Into Industrial and Natural Landscapes to Look Both Beyond and Behind (Colossal)