Accidental and rough panorama -- 6 x 18 cm
My Zero Image is long enough to take pinhole pictures a maximum of
6x12 cm. In winding from one frame to another here, I forgot that I
needed to count two numbers in the red window and counted only a
single one. Thus I superimposed part of the second on the first. But
-- luckily -- I had chosen simply to move the angle of the camera
(which sat on the concrete ledge you can see on the left), so the two
horizons more or less matched. And I got an accidental panaorama,
sized at 6x18 cm. You can see the joinery, especially the join in the
sky a third from the left side. And you can see the mismatch, all
through the middle third of the picture. I like the ghostly line of
trees, looking a little like poorly drawn clouds.
Six-years-expired Ilford XP2 Super, exposed at three or four seconds.