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    Amazing double exposure I found amongst my MIL's slides

    When DH and I were sorting through my MIL's slides to scan for the album we made for her of her travels around Europe in the 1950s, we found an amazing double exposure of Venice. Quite tempted to print it out and frame it!

    It's on my blog

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    It really is a brilliant (accidental! ha!) capture... I'd definitely frame it!
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    Wow! That's wonderful!
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    I love those old double exposures!
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    I'll have to dig a little deeper in my dad's old slides. I bet he had some double exposures. He never threw anything away - I even found a box of slides that are all black - LOL!!
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    Oh, I love it when there is a diamond in our junk. :O) That looks like someone photoshopped it on purpose. Very cool. :O)
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    Yes, now some artists try to achieve effects like that on purpose! What a cool find!
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    Holy cow! What a treasure!
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    I wish I could Photoshop something that cool! Great find!
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    Very cool, Lynn -- it's fun discovering something like that!
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    Those are so cool! What a treasure.
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    that's really neat! The good old days
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    That is brilliant. It would have taken me hours in photoshop to achieve that amazing page.....and all she did was forget to wind!! Lucky you
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    It looks like a piece of art that somebody spent hours creating in Photoshop! Definitely frame-worthy!
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    Love the colors in it, Lynn! Such a pretty piece!
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    Heck Lynn, it looks like an artistry page!!!
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    It takes US some blending and masking etc to make a shot like that. Yes, frame it.
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    LOVE that!!! So cool - not only the retro look but the whole thing - awesome! I'd be thrilled beyond words.
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    WOW! That is really quite neat!! Frame it for sure!!
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    These are fun and artsy!
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