‘These images were taken today with three different pin hole cameras in Flatrock Nature Preserve, in Englewood, NJ. This is just on the backside of the Hudson River Palisades, i.e., just to the west of those cliffs. Each image was exposed for approximately fifty minutes during cloudy weather, and I manipulated them in GIMP, adding a bit of sepia toning.
This first image was taken with a coffee can camera, which produces a distorted perspective, although in this setting, it is not so pronounced: No straight lines in nature!
This image was taken with a box pin hole camera set about two feet above the water surface on a rock.
The last image, below, was done with a box pin hole and a tripod set up.