I was working on a shrine to an unspecified concept when my daughter noticed a Kodak Duaflex camera on the shelf. She put it on a rock and took a photograph of it. I was going to take some pictures through the viewfinder when the batteries died.
The next day I saw on Bedazzled! That there's a whole group of people who do this - !
My camera has a reason for the photos to look the way they do - it has corrosion on the viewfinder mirror, which is intended as the central focus of the images- - a look at nature (in the form of oxygen atoms corrupting silver, like a brown galaxy) on an ambient background field of another iteration of nature.
The site seems to be down, so here are my images: