Wordless Wednesday: Time passing

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  1. Another double exposure? Very cool.


  2. Time for a cuppa Sue, I’m just going to put the jug on…

  3. Intriguing, I can’t work out the layers.

  4. Nice! I didn’t know you could combine two exposures in camera!

  5. This worked very well, Sue. Perfect colour choice too.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  6. Sorry Sue, don’t what happened to your blog. Disappeared.. Back now. Really interesting and rather lovely image.

  7. wonderful photo, Sue

  8. This is very beautiful – and intriguing. Love it.

    • Sue

      Thank you! A bit of in-camera fun!

      • Smarty! I would not even know how to do it…

      • Sue

        Ah, well, I have explained it in a couple of responses to comments if you are interested 😉

      • Well, I was looking for an explanation…but did not find any…:-(

      • Sue

        Ooops! It was in response to Meg in my earlier double exposure post
        “Many cameras have this feature, you just select double exposure or whatever in the camera menu. That’s the easy bit…then you have to play around with trying different types of image for the background and for the main subject – most of mine ended up in the trash. But occasionally something works!! Patience is a virtue!!”

      • Thank you! And yes, patience we learn over the years…I will give this a try – if it exists on my camera that is…

      • Sue

        Oh, good, I shall be interested to see your experiments!

  9. I hope you have more such fun. This is intriguing.

  10. The more I look the more I see. So glad I read the comments. I was trying to work the flowers out. The things you clever folk can do. Very appealing. I would let this grace my wall. 🙂

  11. 😀 and a very successful one I’d say 🙂

  12. I can see … you have changed in your images … there is a lot more playfulness in them. Great job.LOOoOOove it!

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