There's a reason I'm posting two lomos of the same thing, aside from the fact that I have them. Generally I try not shoot two lomos of the same thing. Here's the first one:
November 5, 2006 - Daan Park on a sunny morning with the exhibit installations by the Taipei Flower Society, a show they put on for the month of November.
Now, a few minutes later (the guy in the first lomo has changed position and is now stretching), from the same vantage point, I shoot a little further to the right, thinking it's a better composition, probably.
Question: What is that thing on the left side of the second lomo with the shadow of me holding Bebe on it? It's not in the first shot, even though the first shot was to the left of the second shot. It's not the wing of a moth because it would have to be huge. It's not a pink elephant ear because I wasn't that drunk yet.
My only explanation is that it's a dimensional rift that tore open just as I took the shot. It's opaque which is why my shadow falls on it, but if anything from our dimension got too close to it or touched it, it would have been sucked into it and sent to another dimension.
1. YYZ (live) (Rush)
2. O My God (live) (The Police)
3. Living Loving Maid (She's Just a Woman) (Led Zeppelin)
4. Better Things (live) (The Kinks)
5. Heavy Crown (Shannon Wright)
6. Tropics of Love (Black Heart Procession)
7. Moonlight in Samosa (Robert Plant)
8. What Goes On? (The Beatles)
9. Of the Girl (Pearl Jam)
10. John, I'm Only Dancing (live) (David Bowie)