Research on the Jolletts of Virginia and related families
So neat that she kept the picture and recognized the uniqueness of it. Most would think it a big mistake and toss it. I miss film sometimes, with it's happy accidents like double exposures, but I'm soooo glad to have a digital camera. I keep a happy accident photo file...it's fun to mess around with digital, too...and cheaper!Wow...I sure had a lot of words to say about your Wordless Wednesday. Guess I've over exposed myself....there's more on my newest post...here's the link...Sue CollectInTexasGalToday's Post~Oh My Moon and Stars or An Intellectual Pursuit of a Politically Incorrect Pile of Poop
No, I love your words -- you're a riot, Ms. Punster!
What a great sense of humour!
Yes, she was cute with her captions.
Oh, what a fun. A double exposure is almost like getting two photos for one (although neither is really clear). Tattered and Lost Vernacular Photography did a series on double exposures. See http://tatteredandlostphotographs.blogspot.com/search/label/double%20exposure. In one of the posts she asked others to submit links to some of their posts on double exposures. I don't know if she's still accepting posts or not.
Thanks Nancy. I'll look into that. I have photos of my sister's college graduation double-exposed. She appears to be graduating in a dog kennel. LOL!
Cute! They are all ghostly!
Well that's true.
LOL Love it!
Haha! That's awesome!Your great-aunt had a funny sense of humor.
Sometimes I wish she had been less humorous and more particular about identifying people!
It certainly does look ghostly. ha!
And just perfectly lined up to be really eerie.