Good. A reason to get back into the darkroom. Well, not so much a reason as a project to focus on while I'm there.
I was thinking of doing a lith print (I took Tim Rudman's lith workshop last fall in Montana), but I'd never get 9 identical prints. My back yard is a carpet of leaves right now from the two mature Manchurian Ash trees. I might take the 4x5 out to capture the texture and shapes. I have a new (new to me) Rodagon 135/5.6 on its way. Good opportunity to put it to work
I did lith prints for a previous exchange. I think I needed 8 prints and it was impossible to get that many to be identical as the dev is constantly changing. I think I made about 16 prints to get 8. There was still some variation but I thought they each looked OK.