A break in the clouds
A break in the clouds

Taken from a double exposed roll shot on an LC-W. The first layer of clouds was taken in Cambridge then I rewound before adding a second layer at Tate Modern, London.

Sunny side down
Sunny side down

Taken from a double exposed roll shot on an LC-W. The first layer of clouds was taken in Cambridge then I rewound before adding a second layer among the tunnels around IMAX, London.

King's crimson
King's crimson

I snapped the sunset while walking into Cambridge one evening then flicked the MX button on my LC-A+ and left the rest to chance. Added a second layer on my way home and found that doubles work just fine after dark.

 

Urban Solitude
Urban Solitude

Grand prize winner, lomography Peak Design Rumble.

Let sleeping dogs lie
Let sleeping dogs lie

lomography.com Photo of the Day.

Attack of the 50 foot toddler
Attack of the 50 foot toddler

Taken from a double exposed roll shot on an LC-A+. The sunset was captured in Cambridge then I rewound before adding a second layer during a walk with the nipper on a beautiful sunny day.

Run away bravely
Run away bravely

Taken from a double exposed roll shot on an LC-A+. I snapped a whole bunch of clouds first time around then rewound, reloaded and added a second layer in the tunnels around London IMAX.

Sunset sails
Sunset sails

I randomly snapped this sunset in Cambridge then flicked the MX button on my LC-A+ and promptly forgot about it. The next time I got my camera out happened to be at Wicken Fen nature reserve where this windmill provided a second layer.

The sun sets through King's
The sun sets through King's

I shot the sunset first then flicked the MX button and left everything to chance. The next time I got my LC-A+ out was in Cambridge where I joined the tourists and added a second layer outside King's College.

Feed the fire
Feed the fire
A break in the clouds
Sunny side down
King's crimson
Urban Solitude
Let sleeping dogs lie
Attack of the 50 foot toddler
Run away bravely
Sunset sails
The sun sets through King's
Feed the fire
A break in the clouds

Taken from a double exposed roll shot on an LC-W. The first layer of clouds was taken in Cambridge then I rewound before adding a second layer at Tate Modern, London.

Sunny side down

Taken from a double exposed roll shot on an LC-W. The first layer of clouds was taken in Cambridge then I rewound before adding a second layer among the tunnels around IMAX, London.

King's crimson

I snapped the sunset while walking into Cambridge one evening then flicked the MX button on my LC-A+ and left the rest to chance. Added a second layer on my way home and found that doubles work just fine after dark.

 

Urban Solitude

Grand prize winner, lomography Peak Design Rumble.

Let sleeping dogs lie

lomography.com Photo of the Day.

Attack of the 50 foot toddler

Taken from a double exposed roll shot on an LC-A+. The sunset was captured in Cambridge then I rewound before adding a second layer during a walk with the nipper on a beautiful sunny day.

Run away bravely

Taken from a double exposed roll shot on an LC-A+. I snapped a whole bunch of clouds first time around then rewound, reloaded and added a second layer in the tunnels around London IMAX.

Sunset sails

I randomly snapped this sunset in Cambridge then flicked the MX button on my LC-A+ and promptly forgot about it. The next time I got my camera out happened to be at Wicken Fen nature reserve where this windmill provided a second layer.

The sun sets through King's

I shot the sunset first then flicked the MX button and left everything to chance. The next time I got my LC-A+ out was in Cambridge where I joined the tourists and added a second layer outside King's College.

Feed the fire
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