I've just remembered that I have some pinhole images taken with the Matchbox Camera that the world has not have seen yet.
These pictures are by no means those shots that you just know are going to work when you are making the exposure. You know what I mean. When you just can't wait to see on the contact print. Nope. These are the shots on a roll that are interesting.
The ones that inspire you to have another go.
Allow me to explain. There are playing fields in the next village and I know that there is a great picture to be had there. I think it should be a pinhole image but I haven't made it work yet. It is an irritation and I'll admit a frustration.
In the words of George Orwell's, Boxer in Animal Farm "The solution, as I see it, is to work harder."
I am, for now, ignoring the Boxer's second pledge "From now onwards I shall get up a full hour earlier in the mornings."