Now that's a Skyfall: The waterfall which looks like it starts off on the Milky Way
03:28 GMT, 21 December 2012
Now we know how the Skyfall team came up with the title. The waterfall, located near the picturesque Hardangerfjord in Norway, appears to be flowing straight from the stars above.
This particular twinkling cluster across the dark sky is nothing other than the Milky Way, and its reflection in the waterfall below makes the water appear bright white.
The picture was taken by Tore Heggelund who captured the mythical scene on a night-time drive in August this year.
Skyfall: The cluster of stars above appears to turn into water as they meet the horizon atop the waterfall before cascading down the mountain
Although it appears doctored, the photograph has not been tampered with and is in fact the result of the stars' reflection in the water below the clear summer-night sky.
Tore said: “I was driving back from Bergen on a clear night at the end of August, when I thought I'd stop to take some photos.
'It was a clear night with no moon, and conditions were ideal for taking pictures like this.
'The waterfall is really beautiful, and certainly worth a visit.'
Milky way: The cluster of stars above the waterfall in Hardangerfjord, Norway