Newer Older them lined up... must try harder!

  1. Sudden Fiction 70 months ago | reply

    Ahhh wow, that's just great. I love to see recognisable buildings shown in in a different way

  2. Ben Salleh 70 months ago | reply

    the 1st thing that came to my mind when looking at this picture was U2's song...mysterious ways... :)

  3. NotYetTheDodo 70 months ago | reply

    Oh, I love this one - congratulations!!!!! I find, when I try to do something like this, one becomes thin and transparent - but here I really see the building twice - perfect!

  4. lomokev 70 months ago | reply

    oops you did it again!

  5. alessio grazi 70 months ago | reply

    this Amazing Work is born from a Noble Soul !

    please add to :
    Royal Group (Post 1 - Give 2 Crown)
    Royal Group, 16'000+ Flickers wear the Crown !

  6. Ben Ward In Hove 70 months ago | reply

    That is damn near perfect!

  7. qwj 70 months ago | reply

    great one!

  8. cathski 70 months ago | reply

    it's a blue hourglass! lovely!

  9. Andy Simpson AKA 70 months ago | reply

    Is that a vase I can see, or is it two people...

    Seen on my Flickr home page. (?)

  10. KINOTRIGGER 70 months ago | reply

    Fantastic bit of lomography here...:)

  11. thevitruvianman 70 months ago | reply

    Really nice shot, I'm not sure how you did it but a great image nonetheless!

  12. Jason Lupi 70 months ago | reply

    Hi, congrats!!! - this image was chosen to appear in the Iydea Exhibition

  13. pyriet 65 months ago | reply

    love your 180 degrees double exposures!

    check out some of mine

    i also did an intresting triple exposure recently that worked out well


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