Generally in a radius of a few miles of our house (which is of course, the center of the universe) the houses are in quite good repair and are kept up well, however due south of my house the neighborhood deteriorates increasingly as one progresses southward until the commercial area of shopping malls and businesses begins.
That’s where todays walk took me. I brought my somewhat under used Sawyer’s Mark IV 127 twin reflex camera. It was loaded with Rerapan 400, which I haven’t had that great of luck with in the past, but it’s one of the few 127 films available that’s not exorbitantly priced (by todays prices anyway). I do have the capability of cutting down 120 film and rolling it onto `127 spools using my FCK 127 kit, but that’s a really fiddly, seemingly precarious process and I thought I might just as well avoid doing that for a while.
Maybe the Rerapan just responds better to the Artemisianol I used on it today than the Cinestill monobath of past rolls?