Feast your eyes on Sam Carter’s ‘Half-Light Honey’ photography, seriously.

You may remember Samantha Carter from a July 2010 post, where I expressed my raging room envy over her perfect vintage-style bedroom. I featured her summertime project loaded with kitschy artwork, entitled ‘asleep on a sunbeam.’

Well folks, Sam is raising the artistic bar once again with her new photoblog, Half-Light Honey. Her work with 35 mm film inspires a desire to whip out my AE-1 and adventure around Tallahassee in search of peculiar subjects.

Her best work is easily her double exposure photography. While she may not identify herself as a travel photographer, her double exposures are my favorite because of their combination of images snapped in different locations throughout different areas of Florida and its neighboring states.

Here are two of my all-time favorite double exposures taken by Sam:

Sam has a great eye for discovering beauty in unlikely places, and her talent for combining photos into a single, flawless image is astounding. She would make an excellent road trip buddy; she’s the type of gal who wouldn’t protest when I want to veer off a country road to stop at a dusty antique shop in the middle of no where.

Be sure to check out Half-Light Honey, and stay tuned to her blog for frequent updates and dazzling photos.

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