Foggy Morning

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  1. randerson07

    randerson07 TPF Noob!

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    I woke up the other morning after a storm to some crazy fog. Luckily I had just started a roll of Arista II(APX 400 I believe?) rated at 1600 a couple days earlier cause it worked out wonderfully in my opinion.

    1. Out over the retention pond
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    2. Disappearing Fence
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    3. Lots 'o' Water
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    5. Wet Web, this is my favorite.
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    In case anyone was wondering, it was developed in Arista 76 (D 76 wanabe) for 15min.

    Ahh what the heck, one last one

    6. Blood Sucker, the Mosquitoes were out in force, I was wearing long pants but thought this would make an interesting shot. So I pulled a pant leg up and waited for one to land, which took all of about 3 seconds lol
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    Nicely done! Was that done slightly warmer than recommended too?
     
  3. randerson07

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    Thanks.

    Well if may be slightly warmer, when I use the arista developer at 1+1 I mix it at room temp which in my kitchen is around 72-74 with water thats around 62-65. I dont currently have a good way of keeping the temps stable.
     

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