Looking through the plastic lens of the old black holga into pure summer goodness. Twisted aspens and green green grass. Taken while hiking the dark canyon trail in the Raggeds wilderness area. Holga 120N and Fuji Velvia film.
Pinhole photo taken on a very windy cool damp morning while kayaking in Greenland. The experience of being in a true wilderness is timeless. Photographed with a holga WPC
A seat is waiting beneath this wonderful cottonwood tree to rest those wary bones. Photographed using a Holga wide pinhole camera earlier this year.
Looking out towards the Colorado river as it rounds a bend. Photographed using a Holga pinhole camera last spring.
Old Water Tower on the Eastern Plains of Colorado.
Taken off the Oregon Coast.
High on Eyjafjallajökull young and old live side by side. Holga 120 pinhole camera and Kodak Ektar 100 iso film, Summer 2013.
Before moving behind the mountains to the east, warm rays of evening sunlight light up the tussocks near Kuummiit in East Greenland. Photographed with a Holga pinhole camera and Kodak Tmax 100 iso film last summer.
It’s been very windy here in Colorado the last few days so a nice tranquil sunset feels like a needed contrast. Setting sun over calm water captured with Holga Pinhole camera a few years back.
Photographed on a beautiful day last summer in Iceland. I do believe that I was the only tourist using a pinhole camera that afternoon.