Some of the best photos with my Diana F+ are the mad ones where there are multiple exposures on one frame. Above you can see the beautiful pinks of the cherry blossom in Washington DC’s tidal basin. You can also see on the left the faint image of the tidal basin and the Thomas Jefferson Memorial. There’s a few things going on here. As well having multiple images superimposed over each other, it also hasn’t wound on enough so both images are cut off weirdly. Impossible to reproduce.
Above is the water front off Manhattan. Again the camera hasn’t wound on enough so the shots overlap. The problem is that they don’t make it clear how far you’re supposed to wind the windy thing to wind it on to the next shot so you have to guess. I underestimated the amount a few times clearly.
And this is a nice one round the back of my house when I was using up the film so I could get it sent off and developed!