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    Back in 1997 I was doing some before-and-after architectural photography in Nashville when I stumbled upon a time-travel wormhole! A car was racing down Broadway past Union Station and transmogrified into a horse and buggy right before my eyes…

    The 35mm camera I was using suddenly turned into a 4x5 view camera, which is quite heavy around the neck! I was able to claw my way back to the present to get the film developed and scanned. More decades went by before I was able to present the results to you here.



  • #2
    Very clever! Thanks for sharing
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    • #3
      Thanks Doug! Here are the originals. I can't recall if this was a very lucky accident or if I tried to do this. I would have to dig up the original negatives to see if there were any other frames.



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