Not sure if it’s just “post couple of day’s leave” normal feelings, or whether I am thinking about what the scan tomorrow might reveal.
Whilst on the one hand, it’s good to know what the extent of the problem is, now that I know that there’s not much that can be done about it, it actually doesn’t make much difference. The “treatment” is going to be them same, regardless, unless things are much worse than has been thought up to now.
I’ll just take tomorrow as it comes and move forward on Thursday.
Going to try and see if we can get up to Scotland in August, if only for a couple of days or so. I would really like to sit on that beach on Kintyre (or even better, Islay) and think about things for a while.
Ann offered to buy me a lens for my birthday next month, but I’m not sure if I need another. I do have several… I then thought about maybe an electronic spot meter. I had lunch with a friend last week, who showed me his old Pentax spot meter, marked up with the Zone System “zones”. Makes the whole thing much easier, but not sure if it’s relevant to what I do. I am pretty happy with the way I expose and process my Tri-X as it is, so I’m a bit uncertain as to how much use the meter would actually get. The built in one on the M7 is very good indeed (although not the same of course). So, maybe I will ask for a contribution towards a Nikon D700 – if I can find mounts for the two principle lenses that I would like to use with it.
Or maybe I’ll just continue to shoot film and have done with it…