Wow, for some reason I was thinking it was in May. World Wide Pinhole Photography Day is April 27, 2008! Every year, I shamelessly promote this day, which is intended to promote and generally show off pinhole photography. What's involved, you ask? (Well, you might ask if you weren't here last year, anyway :mrgreen Every year, on the last Sunday in April, pinhole photographers worldwide take one or more pinhole photographs, select one, and post it up on the official pinhole day site at http://www.pinholeday.org/. The basic rules are that the photograph must be taken on pinhole day and must be taken with a pinhole or zone-plate aperture (no lenses!). Any kind of camera can be used. Yes, digital, film, or home-made. It doesn't matter! Last year, there were 2943 participants from 68 different countries, up from 2267/60 in 2006 and 291/24 in 2001! So it's pretty popular--all the rage, you might say! You can see last year's photos on the pinhole day website, as well as photos from prior years. It's fun, it's free, and it's generally a fantastic way to get involved in pinhole photography! All the participation rules and details are on the pinhole day website. So get 'em ready! Only three days left!!