Breathtaking Cityscape Reflections

City Reflection by Saik Kim
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It is occasionally difficult to detect what is real from fake? Because some of these pictures look outrageously surreal. In my search for incredible reflection photos, there were a few that left me in doubt, and it required that I ask the artist if it was digitally composed or not? This post includes genuine images taken with a camera in various cities from Seoul to Amsterdam.

See also: “Top 10 Natural Landscape Reflections.”

Top: A photo captured in Seoul, Korea by Saik Kim.
Cityscape reflection on the Schuylkill River by Bill Dickinson
Photo by Bill Dickinson; taken during a summer night on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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Amsterdam reflection by Ann Gett
A picture by Anna Gett, captured in Amsterdam, Holland.
Seattle skyline reflection by  John G. Cramer III
“Driving home last night, I noticed some nice reflections on the water and decided to try to take a shot from atop the hill at Gasworks Park. It has a nice clear vantage of downtown Seattle with Lake Union in the foreground.” [1] The Seattle skyline by John G. Cramer.
Cityscape Milwaukee by Jacob Rostermundt.
Just before sunset at Veteran’s Park in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. By Jacob Rostermundt.
1. Dickinson, Bill. "Seattle Cityscape." Retrieved on April 10th, 2013.

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Adriana is the Webby Award-winning designer, editor of Scene360 magazine, and author of "Tat'oo" book. Acquiring 20 years of writing experience in fine arts, Adriana has dedicated her time to documenting tattooists' lives and work and publishing on Inked, Skin Deep, Tattoo Life, and more. Follow the author @ Instagram and view more articles.