Photo of the day by Thérèse Cherton
Film: Ina's 1969
"I love playing with Hipstamatic's multi-exposure function! That said, it's never easy to obtain the desired result: it is, however, easy to aim a little too much to the right or to the left, the composition can also be somewhat too asymmetrical, etc.When you do get the right symmetry though, the results can be utterly amazing. This picture reminds me of Belgian surrealism, just like in "The Obscure Cities", a graphic novel by Francois Schuiten and Benoit Peeters."
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