I’m beginning to make what is to be one of the most interesting series yet. I’ve taken an aerial photograph of the area I live in Washington, DC, and modified it 4 different times. Using the same vernacular of DC’s quadrant system, I have named each modified aerial photograph NW, NE, SE, SW. Each name represents the location of the orthographically correct imagery. For example, if you double the canvas size of the original imagery(ie, (4500X4500) X 2 = 9,000X9,000), you get 4 different squares or tiles. Each tile represents NW, NE, SW, and SE. The first image, rendering right now, is using the NE tile as the anchor in which the other 3 tiles are reflected around. I chose this tile to start because of the 4, it was the only one that had a geographic identifier located at the center, Logan Circle to be precise. I can’t wait to see the results!