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I ventured into the local Teaneck Creek Conservancy for some landscape shots. They have a labyrinth for contemplation, where I attempted that. Shot with a coffee can pinhole.
The two images below were taken at other locations in The Creek. Working in the field with pinhole on paper is difficult: have to carry around all those loaded boxy cameras; some developed light leaks; reloading must be done in a darkroom bag; and I have not yet gotten the hang of dealing with high-contrast settings. I also tend to forget that if I want a selfie, I must be close to the camera!
The Bloody Cardinal was caught on camera, in a two-minute exposure, no less, in my backyard. This was taken with a new camera, a coffee can pinhole on which I fixed a tripod mount.