Was shooting with my Holga 120N a couple of weeks ago at the beach. I didn't realize the shutter was on "bulb" mode, meaning that as I pressed the shutter release, it would stay open as long as my finger held the button down. Out to sea a weather front was gathering and I thought it might make for a dramatic image. So this image is the result of shooting hand-held in "B" mode. I like it for some reason, though. Just wondering if anyone else finds this appealing? (Or appalling?) The film was Arista EDU 100 ASA, and I developed it in Rodinal.