The image is an effect of my failure to understand how the film back of my newly purchased Bronica EC works - I couldn't care less about reading the manual and I've set it to a wrong modus, where the film didn't advance, just allowing the shutter to fire. That way, before realising my mistake I shoot about 10 images on one frame creating the overlapped cityscape. Which, in a surprising effect, gives nicely the atmosphere of a sunny winter walk through the town.
As I live centrally in Mariahilf, Vienna’s 6th district, I set my walk in the neighbourhood.
The 1970s Bronica EC is a pleasure to shoot, but also a heavy duty lady, something you don’t want to carry around for too long, especially with cold hands.
This photograph combines the images of the early 20th century residential buildings, the MuseumsQuartier cultural complex build in old imperial stables and the Flakturm in Esterhazypark, one of the huge concrete military towers from the WW2.