...is the title of this double exposure taken at Big Sur, south of Carmel. Why do I feel it's important to say this look was achieved entirely in-camera, with no Photoshop? Because I hate shortcuts!
It's harder to admit when a double exposure -- as opposed to a single -- doesn't work, because each double exposure involves a lot of time, and time between exposures, and sometimes wasted ends (or middles) of rolls of film, when you can't wait any longer to develop your pictures and see what you have. And so you become attached to them.
But sometimes they don't work -- I'm not sure this one does -- and you have to just let go and shoot more.
Thank you to those good shootin' folk who have written with questions about this technique. I'm happy to answer your questions via email.