My most recent pinhole camera. It is in the building stage after having been in the design stage for months (my projects crawl along at very slow paces, often having long gestational periods in my sketchbooks). Originally, I had planned to make a very small camera, a cube at its center with cylindars (35 mm film cannisters) distancing the 6 pinholes from six film planes. Somehow that idea never sat quite right, and then we moved across the state. As the dust settled and I became familiar with my semi-rural surroundings, I realized that I wanted a bigger, blockier camera. As the weeks progress, I hope to finish the camera, expose some negatives and make some prints. I'm not going to explain what I plan to do with the images at this point, as that will be the subject of another entry. For now, it should suffice to say that I will most likely avoid any deadpan display of imagery.