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Double Everything

I’m truly obsessed with Fusioncam. It’s such a fun app. I like using it especially in museums because my husband is one of those people who reads everything, and I mean EVERYTHING, on each and every plaque. All the waiting around drives me nuts, since I’m one to skip to the highlights or just read things that interest me, but having that extra time has inspired many creative moments. Here are a few shots from a recent trip to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD.

Display of USNA Class rings, version 1

USNA Rings, Version 2

WWII Japanese Artifacts

Aviation Artifacts

WWII era Japanese Uniform and Plane Silhouette

Silver Candelabra and American Flag

We happened to be back in Annapolis this weekend for a wedding and the Chinese lanterns strung across the ceiling gave me some good ideas.

 

 This is my favorite

¬†Sometimes a double exposure ends up looking like a hot mess, but when it works out just right, it’s beautiful.

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