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VIDEO: The Reflected City

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No offence to the vast and beautiful countryside, but we're city folk at heart. We can't get enough of the smog, the crime and, most importantly, the buildings that make us feel like we could be in a sci-fi film.

This might be why we're so overwhelmingly enamoured with this inventive new video.

Taking a unique look at one of the world's most impressive cityscapes (that's Chicago), Craig Shimala uses a mirror filter and turns the city into an excitingly futuristic world.

Cars fly by, the sky never ends and not a person can be seen on the streets. For more of Craig's videos click here.

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