Tilt-a-whirl Tourism

Freelance Berlin photographer Christian Ruhm’s series world dis_order offers a unique way of seeing some of Europe’s iconic tourist sites. From Berlin’s Reichstag to London’s House of Parliament, Ruhm’s multi-layered, multiple exposures add a sense of excitement and a pinch of chaos with their tilt-a-whirl views. Take a look at Ruhm’s website to see more of his challenging work.

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3 Responses to Tilt-a-whirl Tourism

  1. restlessjo says:

    Superb. I’ve had a little fun with photography but nothing on this scale.

  2. Woohoo, nice surprise indeed! Very special pics of such places are the only ones i can stand – without feeling sick in my stomach (i mean – especially ever since facebook &ever since everyone is travelling to the same places and taking – what seems to be – IDENTICAL SHOTS… aghhh, no more please! 😉 )

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