Stunning landmarks captured in the reflection of a bubble
He's not your typical tourist - preferring to turn his back on some of the world's most stunning landmarks.
But instead of shunning the attractions completely, Tom Storm actually blows a bubble and then photographs the beautiful swirling venue in its reflection.
It has led to a host of incredible dream-like images of New York's Times Square, a windmill in Copenhagen and the Washington Monument.
Lovely bubbly: Photographer Tom Storm beautifully captures a windmill in Copenhagen, in Denmark, in this dream-like image
The Philadelphia photographer developed his technique five years ago while on holiday in Ireland.
He said: 'While roaming around a street fair in Galway I snapped off a few shots of bubbles floating past, and their reflections were huge.
'When I returned home I started looking through what I captured to find this whole world reflected in a single bubble.
'A few months later I was living in Poland and decided to make it a personal mission to try to capture a landmark from every country in the world.
'With the help of a friend, my first deliberate bubble was in Neptune's Fountain in Gdansk.
'Part of the mission is to capture the reflections of major landmarks in different countries around the globe. I have so many plans. I've still have a lot of ground to cover with the project.
Pop art: Times Square in New York gets the bubble treatment from Tom in this picture
Bubbling over: This one of Times Square in New York, was made like the others by blowing bubbles into the air and photographing the reflection on them
Popping out: In this semi self-portrait, Tom also pictures Neptune's Fountain in Gdansk, Poland