I've developed my first batch of films - three Fuji Acros Quickload exposed a year ago and three Delta 100 exposed last week. The Fuji Acros was stored in a fridge for the intervening years, sitting on a shelf in the door - no direct moisture contact. I developed them in a combiplan - D76 1+3 for 19 mins, 3 min stop, five min fix, 10 min wash When I removed them, the 'top' part of the combiplan holder (http://gbl.bz/N4IRCi) wasn't covering all six sheets. The Delta 100 and one of the Fuji Acros looked fine but the other Acros had cloudy marks in the sky as follows http://static.timparkin.co.uk/static/tmp/quarry-photographers-place.jpg Now I'm not sure what these could be so I am asking for a little help. My current thinking is. 1) Condensation/Rain - the day when the image was took was very damp but not cold, the shot was at the end of a 2 hour shoot and rain my have got onto the quickload - although probably not much as I would have noticed. 2) Condensation from fridge - I took the film out of the fridge and it was probably about 20 minutes until I started developing 3) Film touching each other - doesn't seem like it's this but I did notice when I opened the combiplan that two sheets were touching at the top, although they were definitely in separate slots. 4) Higgs Bosons... - I did have a my lens hood attached which has a couple of magnets in it so it may have bent space time slightly... What this does to Fuji Acros I don't know Any help appreciated..