I seem to have the best results with the pinhole when shooting in a dark forest or very subdued light. Other than being large format (4x5), the mood produced by the negatives are near identical to what I get from the Holga when things work out. I have had more winners with the pinhole than holgas, as the exposure has to be timed so precisely.
“Pain is the price we pay for being alive. Dead cells—our hair, our fingernails—can’t feel pain; they cannot feel anything. When we understand that, our question will change from, “Why do we have to feel pain?” to “What do we do with our pain so that it becomes meaningful and not just pointless empty suffering?”
― Harold S. Kushner, When Bad Things Happen to Good People