Victoria's Light

Oh boy, I mixed fresh color chemicals and don’t think I let the temperature settle enough.   On top of it, I got something on the film during development, maybe a thin sliver of the film from trimming…. This image was one I had high hopes for, and regardless of the color shifts and magenta/purple haze it is pleasing to me.Swizzle Stick

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