Pinhole photography is really the closest thing I do to meditation. There is something about making an image with no certainty in mind that creates a zen like experience for me. No viewfinder, no precise way to calculate exposure, no confidence what-so-ever that the effort I put into it will result in an image at all.
I had absolutely gorgeous light going on here that was unfortunately completely backlighting the model. That posed a bit of a challenge to say the least. Fortunately I think I managed to pull it off to some degree.
My favorite little detail is the ship floating along in the background on the right hand side of the frame. It gets lost a bit when looking at the image on-line, but in print it is really obvious and rad.