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    Sorry to hear about the hurricane! Hope all is well with everyone, their families and their friends.
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    printed a few, but my toner is on backorder, so it will be awhile longer...

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    I couldn't believe it, went into the local Henrys for some KRST that showed up on inventory and on the shelf there was also some Berg Sepia! I got both but I didn't get Copper this time, still have some on the go (some Berg selenium too but I think it is pretty much done). Still not sure what if any toning is needed but I do like to tone, at least some selenium, for some extra zip.
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    Trying to make some new negatives for this round instead of recycling older ones. Besides, the Puget Sound (Seattle) region is currently experiencing one sunny day after another right now, so there's NO way after our previous 11-month winter that I'm missing these to do any darkroom work. It's been over a year since this much continuous normal weather. Probably years longer.

    Spent four days wandering the state fair with the 4x5 Crown. I even had the 8x10 set up on the front lawn today just to reacquaint myself with the thing. Maybe an AA trip to Mt. St. Helens for a 3-frame panorama?

    No rain, snow, sleet, wind, hail, ice, tornados, waterspouts, flooding, darkness, downed trees, power outages, locusts, or even plague. Is this the end of the world, or what??

    Ken
    "There is very limited audience for the arty stuff, and it is largely comprised of other arty types, most of whom have no money to spend because no one is buying their stuff either. More people bring their emotions to an image than bring their intellect. The former are the folks who have checkbooks because they are engineers, accountants, and bankers—and generally they are engineers, accountants and bankers because they are not artists."

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    Speaking of blind.

    I broke out my 4x5 today, been way too long. The RB has been getting the most attention lately.

    Well, I was in a hurry and I rushed to load my holders this morning. When I went to reload them this evening I found all the sheets had been loaded, notches left on top.
    Mark Barendt, Beaverton, OR

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    Been there. Done that.
    Thank you.
    -CW

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    Working my way through new images shot this summer. Hopefully I will find something there.
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    Thanks, Birger.

    I'm liking how dark my prints are now so perhaps just a weak selenium toning, or even none at all.
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    I finally have printed my image, and hope to send it at the end of the week... Sorry for the delay !
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    You are not late until November.
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