Unbelievable aerial photographs of Mexico City show how the urban landscape spreads over mountains while maintaining a remarkable 25,400 people per square mile. “In a megalopolis like Mexico City,” photographer Pablo Lopez Muz tells the Daily Mail, “the relationship between man and space is ever so apparent.”
This aerial photo is stitched together to form Central Park. Russian photographer Sergey Semonov won first place in the major amateur winner category at the Epson International Photographic Pano Awards for this near unbelievable photo.
This is the work of New York photographer Eric Cahan. His series of various sunrises and sunsets are actually pretty close to reality, save a bit of Photoshop.