Wa‘ahila Ridge State Recreation Area, Honolulu.
I attached my pinhole camera to the ball head on my tripod, pointed the camera straight up, and then opened the shutter while twirling the camera 360degs.
After I had the film developed, I was pleasantly surprised to see the many concentrate rings of light.
Photo taken during Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day/Week, April 2011. More of my pinhole images taken during the event can be seen by [clicking here].
Le Bambole Mk. II, "The Compact" Pinhole Camera. Kodak Extar 100. Exposure: f/256 and 15 seconds.