Looking up at springtime

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This film (Fuji Neopan 400, shot in the Rolleiflex) was processed entirely using scratch-mixed chemistry: Barry Thornton’s metol two-bath developer (4’30” in each bath), a water stop bath, and TF-2 alkaline fixer. The negative was scanned on an Epson 4490.

I get the feeling that this may be my last burst of film-shooting activity for quite a while…