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Multiple-exposure photographs of international landmarks are delightfully trippy

Illustration for article titled Multiple-exposure photographs of international landmarks are delightfully trippy

Check out this arresting series of images by photographer Christian Ruhm. The German artist created these wibbly wobbly pieces with multiple exposures (no post-processing work here) — a simple photographic technique that gives rise to a striking take on some of the world's most iconic architectural landmarks.

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Check out the rest of the (ongoing) series over on his website. See also: this related series of Europe's best known buildings, presented in all their kaleidoscopic glory. Wobble wobble wobble.

Illustration for article titled Multiple-exposure photographs of international landmarks are delightfully trippy
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Illustration for article titled Multiple-exposure photographs of international landmarks are delightfully trippy
Illustration for article titled Multiple-exposure photographs of international landmarks are delightfully trippy
Illustration for article titled Multiple-exposure photographs of international landmarks are delightfully trippy

[Christian Ruhm via Explore]

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cheezymadman
cheezymadman

Sure, it's wibbly-wobbly, but it's not really timey-wimey, is it?