A print on kozo paper from a Diana camera clone called an "Anny". In addition to the texture of the paper, there's some additional background texture from the paper backing and from film development. I let this roll of Shanghai film sit around undeveloped for more than a year and room light apparently was enough to fog the film (causing the cheap paper backing to transpose itself onto the film). I also discovered that this film does not like being stand developed in Rodinal and as an added bonus curls like no other film that I have ever used before.
Nonetheless, I'm still happy with the image.
It's a sad fact of life that I can recite line after line of dialogue from the films "This is Spinal Tap" and "Airplane!". But next to those fabulously funny quotes, my favorite bit of dialogue is from a late 1950's film that I have never seen.
In the film "Funny Face", Audrey Hepburn, as a fashion model, says to Fred Astaire, playing the part of a fashion photographer, "Trees are beautiful. Why don't you photograph trees?"
Astaire responds, "I do what I do for a living. It has to do with supply and demand. You'd be amazed how small the demand is for pictures of trees."
Astaire's quote still rings true today. For me, the supply and demand part involves sitting in front of a computer most days doing post-production and retouching on very hi-res digital photographic files generated by some pretty talented professional photographers.
But in my spare time, I take a lot of photos of trees and such with very low-tech plastic "toy" film cameras, like Holgas and various Diana clones.
And Fred Astaire is correct more than fifty years later.
There still isn't much of a demand for pictures of trees.