Lockridge Furnace ruins, 6x12cm pinhole

Another image from the first roll from my Zero Image 618D 6x18cm pinhole (lensless) film camera.  For this roll I set the framing to 6x12cm to mitigate the severe vignetting that the full 6x18cm framing would give.  The camera, while incredibly beautiful in appearance, has a set of severe limitations in its design and seems to have been created to more easily accomodate it's unique ability to shoot a full 72cm wide continuous scrolling negative rather than individual 6x4,5/6x6/6x7/6x9/6x12 or 6x18cm frames. I will need to experiment a bit more with a broad set of subjects before figuring out where it fits in with my other pinhole cameras.  

Lockridge Furnace, located on Alburtis, Lehigh County Pennsylvania.  The furnace opened in 1868 during the peak of the anthracite iron industry and operated until shortly after World War One. Since 1970, the 59 acre site has operated as a community park while the original blast furnace building # 7 now houses the Lock Ridge Furnace Museum which is open on a limited basis during the Spring through Fall months.  

Technical details:
Zero Image 618 Deluxe wood and brass medium format film pinhole camera. 
Arista EDU Ultra 400 film shot at 400 ISO. 
2 second exposure at F160.
Semi-stand development using Kodak HC-110 1+100 dilution for 1 hour with 30 seconds initial agitation with swizzle stick and three turns @ 30 minute mark.  Paterson 3 reel tank.  
Negative scanned with Epson 4990 on holders fitted with ANR glass.