In order to accurately depict how to load the Bumble Bear for my short video, it was necessary to use a full roll of film rather than just old backing paper. Now I'll have to take pictures with it.
That night, two solid days of rain began. It paused late in the afternoon of the second day. Despite still being heavily overcast, I put the camera out to capture this wet hosta. It started to rain again shortly after the shutter was opened and I had to carefully wrap the camera with a plastic bag without moving it or covering the pinhole.
The Bumble Bear has a .27mm pinhole on the axis and a .28mm pinhole 15mm above the axis, 45mm from a 6x6cm frame. The film is Ilford FP4+ semi-stand developed in caffenol.