Here's a tour of my darkroom via my wife's Fuji Finepix 310A. The photos are arranged in order if you were to enter, turn to the left, and circle around clockwise. Pardon the mess. I've been working around it all holiday season, which has just made it worse. On the door is a 16x20 color photogram I made in Color Class. Down in the lower, left corner notice the warning to our cats (who may speak spanish, they surely don't understand english) "No Gato Permitido!" Next is the camera collection. These are my enlargers; the black Omega D2 is used for 4x5 and MF. The blue Besseler 23C handles MF and 35mm. Notice the carven head in the lower left corner. This is a talisman carved by my father to ward off evil darkroom spirits; the night he carved it lightning struck our house (wrecked our stove, but no other damage). My cluttered work table, a safe light, and more wards against evil spirits. The wet side. The fixer splashed all over the place is the sign of a true pro . I know, I know, the film fridge under the chemistry table probably not the greatest idea. The sink area. Notes taped to wall are supposed to keep track of chemical exhaustion; they haven't been updated since the day they were put up. And back towards the door again. 16x20 color photogram on back of door made with assorted colored peppers. Wave, y'all come back now.