Water of Leith, Edinburgh. Pentax 6x7 with the 105mm lens and Ilford's Ortho Plus film, developed in Cinestil Df96 Monobath using the minimal agitation technique, ten seconds every minute for six minutes. I've been desperate to get out to the Water of Leith again, as I'm 3/4 of the way through a year studying the river with my cameras. I felt I'd lost my mojo, and was convinced none of the shots would be good, but, yeah, some are not bad. Done better. Done worse. It was just a great feeling to actually get back there. Mind you, even at 7.30am there were a lot of runners and dog walkers. Most distracting. The jury is still out on the Ortho Plus film. Very dark. I like it for some shots, not all. The first is out of focus (wrong choice of aperture!), but I still like it.