“Take some time off from the increasingly technological world we live in and to participate in the simple act of making a pinhole photograph.”
That sounds good to me, although I will be using my DSLR with a bodycap pinhole to make my pinhole photograph! Now although that means I am still using technology I find it is still a very different process to making images. The long exposures slow things down (not that I take photographs at any speed anyway!) and the lack of aperture control just seems to make things more fun without having to be concerned with depth of field and not having to focus a lens. I have just purchased a few rolls of Ilford FP4 120 roll film so I may be tempted to resurrect my Lubitel TLR that I converted to a pinhole camera some years ago; we shall see.
So, on Sunday the 28th April, a week today, get out there and make a pinhole photograph on Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. All the information you need about making pinhole cameras and participating can be found on the Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day website.