A mixed bag of several photo excursions with the WOCA and Kodak Portra 160:
Above, I call this my Stonehenge Window, because as the seasons change light from this window (on the west wall of the house) reaches into different rooms. This view shows the snow covered trees from out Blizzard. Below, light from the window on a sunny day strikes the mantle on the far east side of the house around the time of the Spring Equinox. I need to actually document the seasonal movements of the Light through my house.
Below a few scenes from a Macro workshop. Of course, no macro lens for the Holga. The image on the left is a preview of double exposures to come.
Tech Info: Woca Cameras, Portra 160 Film. Developed and scanned by Old School Photo Lab, New Hampshire, USA.