If you have ever been in a city building, preferably a very tall one, you might have looked out the window once. Maybe twice. Maybe more. And if the light was just right, streaming in at just the right angle, you might have caught the reflection of your own face multi-layered with the city skyline beyond. Just the right approach can yield a face-shaped skyline–a skyline image distorted by the body of the onlooker. If you have ever experienced this blissful phenomenon, then you’ll like City Silhouettes. British photographer, Jasper James, has perfected his subjects’ reflections on glass, against sky-reaching buildings. The images are breathtaking. View them on his website.