Here are more results of hours travelling around the world by lomography homes, searching for “twin sisters” of my own photos.
Vintage stuff is trendy nowadays. People who own classic cars are always ready to show off their machines. These are perfect targets to photograph.
Lomographer atria007 was in Jarama Vintage Festival in last October and took photos of a great car. Also in a October morning, I saw this one in my town, that looks very similar. Both pics are taken with diferent cameras and one of them is a double-exposure but redscale film make the photos alike.
In winter time, you can see wood piles outside of houses that are warmed by hearth.
Even in a cloudy winter day, you always can relax simply sitting on the beach and watching the sea.
Isn’t dusk a great moment to enjoy the beach? The shadows get longer as the sun sets.
In summer time, sunflowers add a touch of colour to monotonous countryside.
I am still looking for more twin photos for the next month.
Of course, I want to say thanks to the following Lomographers for sharing their photos:
Noelia Domínguez, who hails from Tenerife, Spain, has been searching for the long-lost twin siblings of her own film photographs. Read more about her quest and see some of her past finds in her Searching for Twin Photos series.
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