I came across this project online, which though morbid by title, is actually a very interesting concept. Simon Hoegsberg shot 178 portraits in 20 days, from the exact same place on a railroad bridge in Berlin and stitched them together into a 100m piece of work.
What I really like about these shots is the unaware body-language of the subjects, and also how the background is completely overexposed, abstracting the shots completely from context and location. Except maybe for a plane taking off at some point.
take a look. Would love to do this kind of project.