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The Rhine like you've never seen it before

Published 7:30 PM ET, Thu December 10, 2015
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This photo was taken from the Rhine river in Burkheim, Germany, in September 2010. French photographers Aude Boissaye and Sebastien Randé took photos from many different regions of the Rhine river basin. In every shot, water covers the lower part of the frame. Above the water, the photos reveal Western Europe's different cultures. Below the water, they show a wide spectrum of colors and clarity. Studio Cui Cui/Neutral Grey
The Rhine Falls are a major tourist attraction in Neuhausen am Rheinfall, Switzerland. Studio Cui Cui/Neutral Grey
An opera stage on Lake Constance in Bregenz, Austria. Studio Cui Cui/Neutral Grey
It took Boissaye and Randé six months to get permission to photograph the 70-year-old locks at Kembs, which is in the French Alsace region. Studio Cui Cui/Neutral Grey
Beachgoers enjoy the Rhine in Nijmegen, Netherlands. Studio Cui Cui/Neutral Grey
A view of Maasvlakte 2, a civil engineering project in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Studio Cui Cui/Neutral Grey
Cows in Kalkar, Germany. Studio Cui Cui/Neutral Grey
A man sits on rocks in Versam, Switzerland. Studio Cui Cui/Neutral Grey
Plastic ducks float in Basel, Switzerland. Studio Cui Cui/Neutral Grey
This photo was taken in Mainz, Germany. "We chose the fish-eye perspective because it was interesting to be inside the river," Boissaye said. "To really see how the river looked." Studio Cui Cui/Neutral Grey
A nuclear plant in Neuwied, Germany. Studio Cui Cui/Neutral Grey