scanned at blue moon camera

Camera: Zero Image 6x9 pinhole
Film: Kodak Ektar 100

I have put off posting a new pinhole image over here in entirely too long.  It is amazing how quickly the days slip from one to the next.  So a respite from the doldrums in the form of this image made at Elowah Falls in the Columbia River Gorge.

Camera: Zero Image 2000 pinhole
Film: expired Kodak EPP or EPY cross processed

Happy Mother’s Day!  An image of my wife, Wendi, (who is one of the world’s best moms, even our son would agree… most of the time) on a beach in Costa Rica.  Sorry, but I just don’t have any pinhole images of my own mom to post, but I will gladly share this one.

Camera: Zero Image 6x9 pinhole
Film: Fuji Pro 800Z

A 30 minute exposure inside Antelope Canyon, one of the most crowded photogenic locations I have visited.  Each chamber is a swarm of photographers and tripods shooting around each other, over shoulders, under legs, all huddled into a space smaller than your living room, effectively getting the same photos.  So I wedged myself in a corner with the tripod and the pinhole and let the photographers by the hundreds just wander by.  Only the one fellow stepped into the light to get beamed up.

Camera: Holga WPC 6x12 pinhole
Film: Kodak Ektar 100

At the summit of South Sister, the third tallest peak in Oregon (10,358ft).  It was very cold and windy up there and the climb was fairly strenuous, but our timing was perfect and we summitted right at sunset.  So despite numb fingers, I got myself set up to make at least a couple of photos.  That’s Mt. Bachelor in the far background.