I decided to try the Polaroid Spectra Pro (circa 1990) in the multiple exposure program. To my knowledge, it is the only Polaroid model that has this program built in. After one unsuccessful try, I learned that you must either turn off the flash and dial down the exposure value if shooting in bright light, or turn off the flash only if shooting in more subdued light like above. I shall enjoy playing with this feature with the right landscapes (granted that my mind sees the possibilities).
“Some people will follow their minds without listening to their hearts, and others will follow their hearts without listening to their minds. This is why reason exists, for there to be balance between the heart and mind. We were not meant to follow the mind and ignore the heart. Instead, we were meant to follow the heart over the mind, but without completely abandoning logic. The middle way is the preferred way, and this path simply means to allow your heart to drive you, but do not forget to balance reason with your conscience.”
― Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem