Closeup Pinhole Cacti

February 26, I and others in Seattle’s monthly pinhole meetup group went to the Volunteer Park Conservatory to shoot some pictures.   I was shooting with one of Todd’s 6×6 pinhole cameras.
Because pinhole has infinite depth of field, I was trying to take pictures as close to the camera as possible.   I shot a few rolls putting the camera in the dirt as physically close to the small cactus plans as I could, often touching the plants.    Most of the plants were just a few inches tall, but in the photos, they look large.

Here’s some black & white, followed by the color photos.

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Sylvie using the TLR I lent her for the day.

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It was a fun day, and nice to be inside a warm greenhouse on a chilly rainy Seattle day.

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