These are the first color pinhole images I've made. The camera is a plastic 35mm Vivitar PN2011 with the lens replaced by a home-made pinhole following instructions provided by Ross Orr. I always feel getting any kind of image on the first roll in such an undertaking has to be counted as a success. I do have a few things to do yet, though. In most of the pictures, a large part of the frame was occupied by my right forefinger, so I need to figure out a better way of tripping the shutter. The uncropped version of these photos show quite a bit of vignetting due to the intrusion of the lens mount. On the plus side, the exposure was pretty good throughout. Back to the drawing board.