Photos by Luke Gilford. Los Angeles.
#1, #3, #8 = Super!
Luke (Gilford); Pls tell me/us how you done those pictures.
(Sorry for bad english)
#4 & #6 are unbelievable.
Looking at #6, I can’t help but think of Frost: “Two roads diverged in a yellow wood…”
Oh my goodness.
dbl exp were just wonderful.
These were wonderful.
good gracious! i love these!
I really like #3.
Looks like it’s done with reflections and double exposures :)
His homepage is +++++
INSANITY! How would I even pick a favorite?!!! So perfect!
These are the best photos I’ve seen in a long time!
Very symbolic, and the double exposures are amazing!
I LOVE LUKE GILFORD! and his photos, too. go luke! i’m excited you’re on here– such a cool surprise
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