I had packed the wrong batteries with me for the camera I had intended to shoot and was unable to obtain them while away. I bought a cheap plastic camera at a second hand shop. After every frame I shot it would advance approximately 3 frames forward. Rather than wasting most of the film, I decided to reload it into my underwater camera without the dive housing, to use as a point & shoot. As luck would have it, the film rewind crank broke off, so I had to stuff the entire roll back into the canister with my pinky finger, in total darkness inside the hotel room bathroom. The first shots were taken in Wenatchee, WA. and the rest were taken along on the mountain passes and Seattle, WA.Taken by neversmiling with a Snap Sights SS02 loaded with Fuji Superia 400 (35mm) film in Monroe, United States. These tags describe this photo: flying, aeroplane, plane, airplane, waterproof camera, underwater camera, doubles, and double exposure. Date: 2013-03-24. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album 2 Cameras 1 Roll.