The Holga is a camera, first manufactured in China in 1981, made almost entirely of plastic, some even have plastic lenses. It was an invention intended for the Chinese consumer as a low-budget, everyday kind of camera for capturing family photos and portraits, but has since gathered a cult following.These are results while experimenting with my Holga when I loaded 35 mm film into it.  Not knowing what the result would be until the unveiling in the darkroom. I truly believe this was a gift through a plastic lens speaking its own visual poetry.

Wonder is the fuel which sustains vision.
—   Steven J. Meyers