Oregon-based photographer Brad Sloan doesn’t bill himself as a photographer; he considers it his hobby. On a recent three-day trip to New York City however, Sloan managed to create some incredible images of the city’s popular skyline by using his unique method of turning popular streets and landmarks into surreal, continuous skylines.
The resulting images resemble something from a dream where gravity doesn’t exist and worlds can bend into themselves with no physical limitations. The series of morphed monochromatic skylines was recently featured on My Modern Metropolis, who showcased all of the images in the set. More of Sloan’s photography can be seen on his Flickr page as well as his Tumblr.