Anyway...here are the first batch. Technically they are a little off. Otherwise they are kinda cool to look at:
So a couple of notes on these. I used 120 mm FUJI RVP ISO 50 (Velvia). Its actually slide film so it tends to saturate colors a fair bit (Velvia is especially known for this). Being ISO 50 its not especially fast so the couple I took during a snow storm are a bit dark. I could have asked that they be push processed to 100 but oh well. I actually kind of like the effect.
The Holga allows you to shoot 16 or 12 exposures per roll. The one thing to note is that you have switch it on the camera (which I did) and insert the appropriate mask (which I didn't). That's why the pictures have the unusual borders on them.
You can see that one of the shots I did a double exposure. That one was accidental. I had two that were deliberate that were far overexposed to be anything useful. The vignetting effect wasn't as strong as I thought it would be but I imagine with the right mask it would be more apparent.