(De Chai The Colonial Hotel. Chiang Mai, Thailand)
Sheila Bocchine decides to take a look at the bedroom through the peep hole…I mean pinhole…with her pinhole camera that is. For those of you who are unaware of what a pinhole camera is, it’s a camera that has no lens and only a single small aperture, hence the name “pinhole”.
Sheila has been taking photographs of the different beds she has slept in for the past ten years. Now for the dirty minded individuals reading this, you will be disappointed. The photographer is an avid traveler and purposely seeks out unique places to stay during her travels. Her photographs are very artistic and kooky.
You can learn how to make a pinhole camera here. Check out more of Sheila’s Sleeping. Dreaming. series here.
(Hotel Walker Hill. South Korea)
(Tracy’s house. Columbia, Missouri)
(Grandmother’s house. Concordia, Missouri)
(Grandmother’s basement. Concordia, Missouri)
(Rex’s moms house. Samcheok, South Korea)
(Motel Aqua Beach. Busan, South Korea)
(San Carlos Hotel. Phoenix, Arizona)
(Kowloon Park (bird sanctuary). Hong Kong)
(Grandmother’s living room)
(Trillium. Phoenix, Arizona)
(Sea Motel, Santa Barbara, California)
(Gate X Hotel in South Korea)
(Images via VisualNews and Sheila Bocchine Pinhole Photography)