Roll 114 and 115. Streaking, again.
We had packed the camera bag, were ready to go. But on the morning walk Doggie developed a bad limp. So I cancelled the trip to go to the folk music festival to take pictures of dancers.
Instead we stayed home and scanned two rolls of Kodak TMax 400 that had been sitting for a while.
Both rolls were developed in the same time in the same bath, and both showed the same problem. Streaking by the sprocket holes.
I inverted the tank three times every minute during the 10 minute development, perhaps it was too much.
The picture above shows an interesting effect of a narrow depth of field. The left set of steel wires become invisible as they stretch towards the viewer. Cool.
The picture above was from roll 115, shot with a 28mm f2.8 lens on a Pentax ME. The other pictures in the post are all from roll 114, Nikon F4 with an E Series 135mm f2.8 lens.
Oh, and we figured out what was wrong with Doggies leg, a tangle of fur had developed between his toes. Must have been pretty much like walking with a pebble in the shoe all day.