pinhole camera

This image of the Proton Pagoda is a five-month-long exposure taken with a pinhole camera was made from an aluminum can and a sheet of photo paper. It was taken from June to November and shows the sun’s path every day in that period.

Greg Derylo took this photo using a pinhole camera fashioned from an aluminum can and a sheet of photo paper. Mounted on a fence outside Lab B facing the Fermilab bubble chamber, the camera took a 13-week-long exposure that shows the sun’s path every clear day over that period.