Hi all, Got a bit of an odd problem with an image that I've not seen before http://www.wishy.co.uk/NT-Efke50-R09-F90X-008.jpg is a sample image, the entire roll came out the same way, however obviously its more noticable on some images than others. Most obvious in the sky, probably the left 1/6th of the film. (And sorry for the boring image, this was a noticeable one) Film: Efke (Adox) CHS 50 Art - 35mm Developer: Adox R09, about 1/3rd of a 1l bottled used over the last couple of years, the stuff lasts forever. 3 very gentle inversions per minute, as this stuff foams easily. 9 minutes at 1:40. 20C Stop: Ilford, probably spend 30 seconds in stop while i sorted out the fix. Probably 24C room temp Fix: Ilford Rapid Fix. Cleared leader in approximately 30 seconds. Probably 24C room temp Wash: 10 minute with a parterson force wash hose. Probably about 16C by the end of it Drying: Drysonal (As i need it try by the time i leave the darkroom - don't see how this could be responsible for what looks to be overdevelopment on part of the roll) Water: Birmingham is reasonably soft water. Tap water used. Camera: F90X, Light tight and trustworthy. Shot a roll of slide film after this and results were perfect. Any thoughts?