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Flowers That Bloom in Hyperspace Tra-la

Flowers That Bloom in Hyperspace Tra-la

Doubles with fractals generated mostly with Chaos Pro 4.0, a freeware by Martin Pringstl, photographed with an old SLR, from an old CRT monitor with brightness set at painful, and, then rewound and with same SLR photographed assorted flowers around the neighbourhood. The film was developed and scanned at a CVS Photo Kiosk. The negatives look pretty dense. I think the riot grrrls at CVS helped out, somehow, at the scan. I didn't do much to them. Anyway, I'm proud of these. Enjoy.

herbert-4 This photo was shot on film. Taken by herbert-4 with a Minolta 505si loaded with Lomography Color Negative 400 (35mm) film (available in our Online Shop) in Tujunga, United States. These tags describe this photo: tujunga, minolta sr505, doubles, flowers, and fractals. Date: 2010-06-15. Time: Morning. This photo can also be found in the album Flowers Blooming in Hyperspace Tra-la, Doubles: Fractals and Flowers, 15/06/2010.


  1. ipdegirl


    Ohhhhh...tripppy. Kind of looks like an undersea coral reef. I love this series!

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  2. theoclunk


    i love how your photos blow my mind.

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  4. mtc142


    I love your flower photos!!! :)

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  5. sadiestoker


    it looks very paranoid....
    did you take this picture after a pot XD ?

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