I got this idea during a long lockdown period. Originally, I was shooting it for the RAW category - as it is a double exposure created directly in the camera, and there are minimal digital edits in the final shot.
It was taken last winter in our tiny studio which used to be an office. For the first exposure, I prepared a "juicy scene" on a backlit PVC board, shot on a 50 mm lens. Then I replaced the lens with a 20 mm (as the studio is really small) and did a second exposure with Martin. This had to be done with the camera upside down and I had to fit him into the first exposure so he's "riding" on the cucumber road. The entire room was covered with old white canvas to get rid of all the unwanted things - as the flashes behind Martin were at full power for the overexposure, and things such as electrical sockets, switches, carpets, corners, etc. were visible on the wide lens.
The only thing edited in the post-production was adjusting the colors and getting rid of a tiny shadow I got by the feet of the rider.