I love that a pinhole camera is just a box with a hole in it, and whatever I do in terms of changing the dimensions of the camera, the light source, the pinhole itself or the exposure time has a bearing on the final result. Of course, this is also how a normal camera works. For me though, rediscovering a camera in its most simple version has meant, that I now understand how things work in a hands-on kind of way.
It's really one big playground with tons of things to explore. In addition to that, the expression of the pinhole adds something unpredictable to every motif. A sunny day might appear completely bleak while a meaningless object can turn into something poetic.
You never know.
NOTES FROM MY HIKING TRIPS