This is not a pinhole photo, but it's a shot I like quite a bit.
It's from a Family Dollar disposable camera I picked up in Holbrook, Arizona early last year while on a route 66 road trip with my good friend Erin. I think I paid 4 dollars for it.
It's been reloaded a couple of times since it has a unique hinged back door and is super easy to get into.
Most disposable cameras require a little bit of tug of war tactics to get into and then some intrepid persuasion to re-close.
This photo is from an end of year holiday trip down to White Sands and was shot with Kodak Portra 160. I like having a camera that doesn't matter when stuff like sand and grit are involved and might otherwise cause problems with a "better" camera.
Disposables are handy to have around for times like this.
This one has really soft focus... I think it's nice.