I really like Ketch's walk in the woods added to the B&W pinhole section on June 3rd. Sure it has good composition and tonal range and the other traits most pinholers and other photographers strive for but to me it also displays a potential characteristic of long exposure photography which is generally ignored in selecting subjects, showing movement and the passage of time. Henri Bergson said that movement is reality itself. It is continuously changing and has no separate or distinct moments. The shapes of material objects are not properties of those objects but are "snapshots taken by the mind of the continuity of becoming". Walk in the woods shows time as a succession of overlapping forms melding together and flowing into each other, perceived simultaneously. TerryK