North Shore Yacht Club at the Salton Sea in the Southern California Desert (Feb 2009). The mid-century modern architect, Albert Frey, designed this building. The Salton Sea was once a beautiful boating and fishing recreational area, but it's a ghost town now because the sea was badly polluted by agricultural runoff years ago. Agri is big business in California. Bigger than boating. I made this with my 3 inch 8x10 Leonardo Pinhole camera at about 8 a.m. It might look as though I'm 50 feet from the building, but I'm just 15 feet away. The exposure was 3.25 minutes on Ilford HP-5 with a red filter (I bounced the shutter that came with this camera in favor of a 67mm filter holder that I glued to the front, so I could add a filter and lenscap). Processed in Kodak xTol. Scanned with Epson V-750 Pro. Comments or questions welcome. Thanks for looking.