It's easy to assume that these stunning and totally surreal images are the work of Photoshop's helping hand, but all the photographs you see before you, unbelievable as they may be, are the work of nothing more than a photographer, a camera, and impeccable timing.

All taken by different photographers, the various water-framed skylines extend in all directions to give you a greater sense of the cities' serenity, bustle, and everything in between. Plus, being situated anywhere from Seoul to Amsterdam, it's incredible to see that no matter how different a city or town may be in size or locale, they are all equally beautiful to behold. You can see even more of the striking reflections over on Scene 360 here and here.

Top Image: Seoul, South Korea by Saik Kim


The Seattle skyline by John G. Cramer


Amsterdam, Holland by Anna Gett.


A summer night on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by Bill Dickinson.


Townscape in Solvenia by Csilla Zelko.


Dresden Skyline II by Manuel Irritier, taken on the northern side of the river Elbe, Dresden, Germany.


Photo captured in Groningen, Netherlands by Rayon Hoepel.


Singapore cityscape by WK Cheoh.

[Scene 360 via Architizer]