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These photographs by Maggie Lochtenberg are so crazy beautiful! I love the deliberate use of double exposures with all the amazing shapes and colours. The word "dreamy" is one that I sometimes overuse, but that's really the best way to describe these. Dreamy dreamy dreamy.

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MJ said...

the two two pictures on top of the other is such a creative way to ad a dreamy feel to the photos. i love it!

Ms. Chyme said...

Love these photographs too.

Norah Salvatore said...

These are so stunning! The colors remind me of old Polaroids I found in my grandma's photo-albums. So wonderfully nostalgic, thanks for sharing her unbelievable work with us!

Check out my blog if you get a chance, too, please darling. I'm a big fan of yours ^____^

soft whispers said...

these photos are amazing :)
i love it so so much!

the notebook doodles said...

double exposures are always wonderful :)

Franca said...

So so beautiful! thanks for sharing!

Mela said...

Stunning pics.
xo Mela

La pépite modeuse said...

Beautiful pictures !!
Kiss.

Luchie said...

I saw a photograph like those in an exhibition and I love that technique :) gorgeous!!

Little Bear Stories said...

these are so beautiful! ♥

Lady Grey said...

these are magical! I love the light in these photos.

raspberry pancakes said...

these are just perfect

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Marthe said...

Great photos! :)

I love multiple exposures, so unpredictable and fun to take! :)

Mausumi

Down and Out Chic said...

dreamy indeed. love the rich color too.

Cha ♥ said...

Wow... I'm so glad I stumbled onto your blog! Gorgeous photos, lovely inspiration <3

parisapartment said...

Your blog is so pretty! I love every post, it's truly inspiring.

Mo said...

so dreamy indeed...

Missa said...

I remember being completely blown away by her photography when I first came across her on flickr. That last one is an all-time favorite! She has completely mastered the art of double-exposure.

Emily said...

I love double exposures, too. I've always wished I played around with them more in my high school photography class. I miss working in a dark room.

Thank you for sharing these. I'm looking forward to checking out her flickr.

soph (owl vs. dove) said...

These are gorgeous. Very dreamy indeed. I'd seen the last one floating around the internet for a while now, but it never clicked that it was a double exposure!

katrina said...

wow, talk about double exposure perfection. :D

Lulu said...

i don't think you can EVER use the word dreamy too much! and i agree...dreamy is the perfect word to describe these double exposed lovelies!

...love Maegan said...

yes, SO dreamy. love the first one.

Janet Mazorie said...

Beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing them.

Maggie said...

Hey thanks for the post! and thank you guys I'm glad you like my photos.

To Norah, they may remind you of your grandma's polaroids because they're polaroids. :)

anni said...

lovely photos, your blog is really cute :)

suzy said...

i love these pictures....

Diana said...

i LOVE the first one best. There's something eerie about it.

Georgia said...

love these photos! x

Artpixie said...

I love her photos as well, theres such a great richness to film photography that digital can't capture.