Well, now it is REALLY the time of year when I'd rather be in the darkroom than outside with the camera. Out there the windchill is in the teens, the light is dull, and the old snow is visually boring. However, the darkroom is warm, and snug, and it's time to make prints that I can hold in my hand instead of looking at on a computer screen. Actually, I've been in the darkroom a lot during the last two weeks printing for a group show at the Wallkill River Gallery, but now that work is done, and it's been fun to look through old negatives to see what I may have overlooked in the past, or decided I now like better than I did when they were made. Below is a scan of one of those negatives that I've never printed, but often remembered as being worth some time working with, so I'll probably print it tomorrow. It may go well with some of the Cape Cod photographs I've been printing even though it's from Fernandina, Florida eight years ago. One more reason I love film is that I might have long since either lost, deleted, or corrupted this if it were a digital file due to my own carelessness. Again, to those of you who accumulate pixels, be diligent with your data...back it up, and keep the storage medium current.