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I brought my new Sprocket Rocket to a recent art show at a local bar. My wife (megs79) was showing her Lomo photos there, and we made friends with a couple of the other artists. I took a few photos of them together towards the end of the show, and at one point I lost track of the frames. Due either to several drinks or my ADD, this was an accidental double-exposure. There's no numerical counter or frame advance lock on the Sprocket, of course. Fortunately, both exposures blended perfectly.

wonderdude This photo was shot on film. Taken by wonderdude with a Lomography Sprocket Rocket (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Ultrafine B&W ISO 400 film in St. Louis, United States. These tags describe this photo: cocktails, sprocket, rocket, wonderdude, 35mm, ultrafine, megs79, bar, art, show, and b&w. Date: 2010-12. This photo can be found in the album megs79 Art Show.

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