Another frame of Portra 160, accidentally developed in B&W chemistry (HC-110). I guess if someone actually intended to do this, I would tell them to shoot the Porta 160 at ASA 400 and develop in HC-110 for six minutes, with three inversions of agitation every minute. Once we get fresh snow I will redo these in Kodak Tri-X as they were intended to made with when I grabbed the wrong roll (both yellow without the wrappers).
A slushy day with warmer temperatures, but a foot plus snow remains on the ground here locally. I understand from patients traveling from the Ashland, WI area, they only ended up with four inches or so. That is usually the case between the two communities, even though we are both on Lake Superior, for whatever reason.
My brother will be here when I get home tomorrow. He has lost over 100lbs, and for the first time in I don’t remember when, we are the same weight. Glad for him and know how much work that takes. We are both avid walkers. We are going to hike and photograph at Copper Falls State Park in Mellen, WI-a place I stopped at with a friend many years ago, but did not proceed into the park. Looks like many miles of trail, waterfalls on the Bad River, and both cross country and snowshoe trails. I am thinking that it is going to be a bit before snowshoeing will begin in earnest in Wisconsin.