For this title I borrowed a line from that bushy-headed, hippy-dippy Bob Ross. A majority of my posts may be lo-fi analog images, but I am not a photography Luddite. I have a nice pixel-based camera. Even when I "went digital," I remained a Nikon guy. No offense to the Canonites.
One of my favorite and sometimes most frustrating aspects of shooting with toy cameras are inadvertent incidences -- double exposures, light leaks, flare, etc. But happy accidents can happen in the digital world, too. This image was not planned. It was created completely in camera -- with a a bit of digital darkroom tweaking.
Mr. Ross once said, "All you need to paint is a few tools, a little instruction, and a vision in your mind." The same holds true for photography, with just an occasional bit of serendipity.