Apparently when I went down the trail to the Kaymoor Mine, the combination of heavy overcast and dense leaf cover made it much darker than I realized. I forgot about the human eye’s uncanny ability to adjust to different light levels. I shot 10 and 15 second exposures when I should have been shooting 2 and 3 minute exposures. So, nothing.
I am posting one color negative pinhole from the overlook, an unabashed tourist view, one B&W from there, and a couple of handhelds I took in my back yard just to finish up a roll.
Live and learn. As has been said once or twice.
This is unedited except for some cropping at the top. The vignette is a natural result of the 25mm wide format pinhole.