Morton Arboretum, Winter (Double exp.)

The arboretum can be a little drab with colors in the wintertime so I decided to spice it up by using x-processing some Fuji Sensia 100 and double exposing it. Film was processed by me in Digibase C-41 chemistry.

For the 1st exposures I photographed illustrations in a medical textbook from 1938 (!) It was illuminated with tungsten light which contributed to the strong yellow-orange cast to these pictures. I like the results because they look duo-toned almost with the green shadows.

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