Hexar RF, ZM Biogon 35, Efke 400 @ 250, Tmax Dev
Apparently I’m using a lot Ilford products these days, the Tmax developer aside. Note to Ilford; please lower the price of DDX. My puritanical side would get a kick out of running an Ilford process from film to print, but Tmax developer is still a couple of bucks cheaper.
We have returned. The lake (Lake Michigan) turned over the week before we arrived, so the water temperature averaged a brisk 55 degrees. Too cold for much swimming, which was fine since the turn over also brought up a bunch of seaweed. Nothing like swimming in cold green muck. Just to cap the week off, the starter went out on the Camry, and Kate and I both came back with raging colds. So good times. Good times.
For all that, we still enjoyed ourselves. We took a lot walks, read some back issues of National Geographic (they were better in the 80s), and enjoyed the cool weather and the hijinks of my various cousins. Pictures to follow once I get caught up on the developing and scanning.
Off to the beach for the week. See you back here next Friday.
In spite of my well documented prejudice against slow films, I’m really starting to like Delta 100 pulled back to 50. Full confession coming soon.