I’ve been experimenting lately with multiple exposure panoramic photographs. These in-camera creations, often referred to as a Holgaramas, allow one to interpret a landscape in ways a single photograph could not. The key is to layer your exposures in such a way that their results do not look like a jumbled mess. No easy task of course. If you’d like to see more examples of Holgaramas, head on over to Dog Dreamzzz Flickr page. Her work has had a great influence on my own work.