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Perspective Cities captured in puddles

A talented photographer has proved with his photos that puddles are not just puddles, they can reflect beauty.

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Guido Gutierrez Ruiz has taken photography to another level by showing parallels of cities and monuments captured in ouddles.

Guido uses his smartphone to take these amazing photos. According to him, he does not see puddles as just puddles, rather, he loves to whip out his phone and put the camera lens as close he can to the puddle and capture its parallel world.


In these photos, Guido has merged pictures of how we would normally see a puddle along with a picture of its hidden parallel world. 

With these pictures, he proves that looking at the world differently can be magical, all we need do is change our perspectives.

1. Palace of the Goddess Cibeles, Madrid, Spain:

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Palace of Cibeles

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2. Royal palace of Madrid, Spain:

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Madrid Royal Palace

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Royal Palace, Madrid

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3. Vienna:

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4. Palace Hotel, Madrid, Spain:

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Palace Hotel, Madrid

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5. Vienna city hall:

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Vienna city hall

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6. Madrid, Spain:

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Madrid, Spain

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7. Streets of Seville, Spain:

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8. Catedral De La Almudena, Madrid, Spain:

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Almudena Cathedral

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9. Toronto, Ontario:

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10. France:

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