My only contribution to creating this photo is a couple of grasses across the face and around the person in the photo. I bought three films from a lady who knew nothing about them, I assumed they were unexposed but unfortunately they were all exposed, so unplanned double exposures were created

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  1. ansen
    ansen ·

    Congratulations to you on winning Home of the Day!

  2. vozac100posto
    vozac100posto ·

    Thank you very much 🙂

  3. bravopires
    bravopires ·

    Great image! Love it!

  4. neneohcs
    neneohcs ·

    this a very beautiful foto

  5. neneohcs
    neneohcs ·

    and if possible tell the lady who sold you the filmstock ;-)

  6. vozac100posto
    vozac100posto ·

    @neneohcs I tried, she got those films from abroad and she didn't know anything about them, unfortunately 😔

  7. kangell
    kangell ·

    It's a winning combination that you should attempt to duplicate.

  8. vozac100posto
    vozac100posto ·

    @kangell I'm sorry to disappoint you, but I don't know how to photograph good double exposures, and I don't really like them either, this one was created by accident, that is. I didn't know anything about this film that I bought at the auction, and the seller who got it from a relative from abroad didn't know anything about it, I thought it was an unused film, but unfortunately it wasn't, if I knew it was used I would take it for development and I would not destroy the already existing photos that are on it. I destroyed someone's memories and that's why I'm sad 😔 And to my regret I think I did it two or three more times, unfortunately. But thank you for the comment though, and sorry if the translation is bad, I understand English at least 95% but I don't know how to write properly so I use Google translate.

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