One of my larger photographic projects is a multiple exposures series applied on urban architecture.
This creates new, impossible yet familiar looking images where solid buildings and walls start floating and colliding with each other, mingling their patterns and colors into a new reality where down is up as well.
It is a lovely technique to apply to different cities and landmarks, to see how the architecture particular to a certain place will react to the treatment.
I find great joy in producing these works because every image is made with some luck. I have an idea of how the final picture will come out, but there is a great amount of surprise still there when i get to see the result of my photographic ventures.