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    View from your darkroom

    I have 2 windows in my darkroom that allow me to use it as a room with daylight when not blacked out. One window overlooks the garden of our house and the other surrounding fields as shown, giving a pretty restful view. For others with darkroom windows, what’s your view like?

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    “The contemplation of things as they are, without error or confusion, without substitution or imposture, is in itself a nobler thing than a whole harvest of invention”

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    A hot water heater and a furnace.

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    I will be using my upstairs bathroom as a darkroom soon (will cover the window). The view is of a streetlight and the street that runs perpendicular to our house. Actually, it's a nice suburban development, so we have a lot of trees and flowers along the streets. The streetlight was made to look like an old post lamp, but it makes it seem like the sun is rising in the middle of the nite.
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    Mine is very much like your fields. But also heavy woods.

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    Washing machine, WC... :-(
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    No view, except when I am at the kitchen sink to develop film or prints in tubes.

    In which case I can see homes, a bit of farmland, and then some of the Gulf Islands and San Juan Islands in the distance.
    Matt

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    Ansel Adams, from the introduction to The Negative - The New Ansel Adams Photography Series / Book 2

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    The hubcap on the rear wheel of my car!!
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    just popped out and took this - the view from my soon-to-be darkroom window.
    been renovating this house for the last year and the gravel is for the car park. should be laid this week.
    my darkroom should be finished soon thankfully.
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    regards,

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    the wall of my neighbour's house;boring.
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    No wall here, but if I had one I might be tempted to build a lightbox on the outside with a favorite scene installed. Then I could change the scene periodically if I feel like it.

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