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    Thanks for your replies. I will see what the labs response is.
    I should have pointed out in the opening post that this is 120 film not 35mm.
    No, the negative is not severely over exposed.
    The strange thing is, the frame before is identical in everything (exposure,filters,light etc) other than it being in landscape orientation and there is no such problem in the sky.

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    Exhausted developer and or oxidation.

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    That it isn't 35 puts a slightly different wrinkle on things, but it's still an agitation or developer problem, that still can be dealt with by the lab. Skys are often where processing problems show up, because density differences are very obvious there.

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    The fact that it's a Refrema indicates it's a dip&dunk machine, which probably uses nitrogen burst agitation.
    The film hangs vertically into the deep tanks, so if any surge marks were to occur from processing they would be going the other way, or side to side in the scans shown above.
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    Peak Imaging has a very good reputation which I am sure it values so customer satisfaction is crucial to its business. I am sure it will be receptive to your concern. I'd make contact with it as a priority. Let us know how the contact with Peak goes

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