Canada-based photographer Matt Molloy brings sky photography to a new level. By stacking hundreds of separate sky shots he is able to achieve an incredible brush-like effect. Each final picture in his “Smeared Sky” series is a result of combining from 100 to 200 photographs.
Admittedly, this particular perspective doesn't exactly focus on elements of landscape architecture, but I like the general representational style of the felt-tipped outlines in combination with the bold-stroked marker. This strategy makes for a quick and easy, yet effective means of a rendered representation.