Reinhold Adscheid is a german photographer. He became known for his multiple exposure photography. Reinhold would first capture multiple images of his original shot from slightly different perspectives. He would then super impose these many images on his computer and layer them in order to achieve the photos seen here. Keep this in mind when observing the image above. One would assume that Reinhold's series would need photos with profound depths of field. An F-stop of 16 with a shutter speed of 1/15th of a second would give him decent exposure.
Reinhold Adscheid's concept behind this series is "How would the world be if we could see it from different locations in time and/or space at the same time". This is how he came up with the idea to edit and layer multiple shots of, basically, one image. Some might say that his photos give off the sense of vertigo. This could possibly relate to the idea that the world is this busy, ever-changing place that will pass you by unless you stop to take a look around every now and then.