These incredible photos may look too good to not be staged but they all happened by sheer coincidence.
Photographer Ishay 'Jesse' Lindenberg specialises in capturing 'The Art of Coincidence' – waiting for unsuspecting passers-by to wander into a scene or frame that they happen to match perfectly.
Whether it is woman whose outfit matches a billboard she is walking past, or a man sat on the edge of a pavement, perfectly aligned with the tip of a 'laser beam' on graffiti behind him, Jesse's compositions are all the real deal.
The photographer, from Berlin, Germany, says he only ever has a minute at most to make sure he captures the perfectly-framed photograph – and describes his work as depicting "everyday miracles".
Lindenberg, 40, said: "This art of coincidence is a kind of silent dialogue between elements that come together for only an instance in time, before the image dissolves in a heartbeat.
"People and objects talk to each other, a passerby gets a superhero cloak, shapes and patterns form a unit never seen before…
"It is like for a brief time, reality rearranges itself in a surprising way, opening the door to new possibilities.”