This is one of the most amazing photographs I have taken to date. Taken at night in the industrial section of Mission, BC, this image reveals a motorcycle accident that occurred many years ago, and so seems to have documented an event that happened back in time. Not clear on this print, there are several vignettes occurring at once on the photograph, including the ambulance crew working, and a police car with people standing by wearing yellow slickers that reflected on the wet streets.
It's important to realize that when I took the photograph the streets were empty & completely dry. In other words it displays three stages of the accident at once as separate time-events on the same photograph. Do you want to see it all properly? You are welcome to!
In order to introduce people to my work & reveal the amazing possibilities of time-photography I am offering here, free to anyone, regardless of whether any purchase is made or not, the entire PDF photo-article of 'The Mission Motorcycle Accident' to anybody who contacts me and asks me to email it to them. Take advantage of this completely FREE offer & email me, & don't be shy about it. I guarantee you will be amazed & astounded when you receive your document!
To find out more about what I do, please visit my FAA blog or visit my website. To find out more about ghost photography email me to inquire about my full-length CD presentation 'Just the Other Side of Here', illustrated with many photographs & photo-articles (of which 'The Mission Motorcycle Accident' is one) that clearly reveal my editing techniques & explain about spirits & other paranormal phenomena as well as tips on how to photograph them.
People who purchase a print from the 'Consorting With Spirits' gallery may contact me and I will email them a complimentary copy of 'Just the Other Side of Here' as PDF files. Many of the prints available in this gallery are showcased in the book-length CD presentation, making them of special interest.
October 7th, 2010
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