8 thoughts on “The Park Bench

  1. jkjod says:

    I love these “Oh yeah just found these lying around posts” 🙂

    I want to see a picture of your desk with all these just lying around!!

    All joking aside, lovely photo.

    • mewanchuk says:

      Thanks very much Jordan.

      …some on the desk, some on the hard drive…


      As an aside: I picked up some D76 powder today, but tried to mix it in some room-temperature distilled water, and the whole thing formed one massive concretion at the bottom of the pitcher. (doh!!) I am presently trying to get it re-solubilzed…


      • Andy Gemmell says:

        Photographer….mad scientist……mmmm…..”mad scientist” on this occasion at least!

      • jkjod says:

        Well that’s weird, if I remember right mine had said something about mixing it at a very high temperature…I wasn’t sure if this mattered as I just used water out of my tap as hot as it would get, but I guess it does to a degree!

      • mewanchuk says:


        Threw the whole jug in a very hot bath, and managed to get the chunks re-dissolved. (Poked through a few plastic milk containers trying to get it all broken up, so SO FAR the D76 and I are not off to a good start…)


        What concentration have you been using for your development? (Stock, or 1:1 dilution?)

        Keep ya posted,

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