Diversions in Digital Pin-Hole Photography -- where ancient art meets a modern medium. This is a Digital Pin-Hole Photograph of a little waterfall, at the entrance of Laborcita Canyon, after a heavy rain. Pin-hole photos are "soft" and tend to lack the "detail" normally associated with photography. Like an impressionistic painting, or a pointilism work they are best viewed from a distance (at least 6 to 7 feet away, more is usually better). A fun and interesting activity (just as with impressionistic paintings or pointilism) is to contemplate the work from a variety of distances and angles.
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