I keep eyeing my 8x10 pinhole camera today. I'm not entirely sure why. Maybe it is because I'm setting up a new darkroom space in the basement, or perhaps it's a response to all the film currently cooling off in my refrigerator. More than likely I just haven't used it in a few months and I'm starting to feel the withdrawal that comes from ignoring your favorite toys.
Both of these images are double exposures made on 8x10 direct positive photo paper. Each exposure in the frame was upward of ten minutes. If I recall correctly, the image with the woman leaning against the tree was closer to thirty minutes. I suppose that is to be expected when working with a material that has a working ISO of about 2 and a camera with an effective aperture of f/395.