Pololu Valley through the 4x5 KAP Camera.
This was my first opportunity to fly the 4x5 KAP box camera I'd built at a real honest to goodness photogenic site. But getting there was a little entertaining. The only way to get to the bottom of Pololu Valley is to walk down a switchback trail that takes you from the cliff top down 500' of elevation to the valley floor. This is a great hike at the best of times, but carrying my KAP bag, a 6' rokkaku, an extra spool of kite line, and my box camera made it a little entertaining.
I exposed four sheets of film in the valley. One missed the subject altogether and photographed the cliff wall. Another took a picture of tree tops, with little else in the frame. The third might actually be salvageable, but it was tilted worse than this one. This was the best of the lot.
Among other things I found out the focus works, the "sunny-16" exposure works (though my shutter over-exposes by about half a stop), and that I really do need to build pulley blocks to put on top of the Picavet. Eye bolts caused too much friction.
But I'm encouraged. Scanned at 2400 DPI the image was starting to go soft, but at roughly 12,000 x 9,600 pixels, that's not bad.