Using 35mm film, a Pentax K1000, and in-camera multiple exposure methods, I captured Faint Shadows in Ischia di Castro, Viterbo, Italy. When you look at Faint Shadows, imagine yourself in a little Italian village.

When you look at Faint Shadows, imagine yourself in a little Italian village. The noon sunlight washes over the village and warms the stone walls. You see three figures taking shelter from the sun under the archway. The light behind them and the humidity of the air warps their silhouettes. In Faint Shadows watch about how the light dances on the figures and the buildings. This print gives you the feeling of life’s simple beauty.

Faint Shadows black and white photograph is three points in time meeting on one film frame. It represents how three moments and places meet to create a synchronous image.

Using 35mm film, a Pentax K1000, and in-camera multiple exposure methods, I captured Faint Shadows in Ischia di Castro, Viterbo, Italy.

Want to learn how I created Faint Shadows? Read my post “Creating Synchronicity”