Haunted Evergreens

© Jacqueline D. Stefano

Haunted Evergreens

Uploaded: March 20, 2003


This is a double exposure taken with my Minolta Maxxum 5xi. What's funny about this is that when I picked the pictures up from the developers, the man that handed them to me had an odd look on his face and calmly said,"I don't know how to tell you this, but, there is a ghost in one of your pictures;" hence the name "Haunted Evergreens."


March 20, 2003

I'll be your first person to email you about this photo. This is so cool! Double exposures are hard to do and you really captured this well! Great job! #27113

Timothy L. Leggett May 26, 2019

I like it, Jackueline, also checked in your gallery, great photos.
Tim #83597

Jacqueline D. Stefano May 26, 2019

Thank you so much, Tim. I really appreciate the kind words. #83604

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