Digital Double Exposure

With all one can do in Photoshop the GIMP these here days, there's something increasingly special about naturally occurring images with a manipulated look to them.

I found just such an image this morning on my digital camera: a "double exposure" that, technically, is a single exposure. The image is of a digital moving image, so two "frames" in the moving image were captured in one "frame" in the capture device.

A "double exposure in a single exposure" is accomplished differently but to similar results here.

An alternative interpretation of how this "double exposure" was created might insist that, like Godzilla, nuclear radiation was to blame.

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