Today was a big day. In New York on my little street it is the start of bulk pickup day which begins at 6 pm on Friday. I lugged down what was left of the dead Zone VI - the heavy column and baseboard and put a little plastic bag on its' end to show that it was trash and that I was complying with all sanitation department rules. Then the Zone VI washer met joined its brother. Then more trays and other odds and ends. It was an exalting moment and I am glad then when I wake up tomorrow that big industrial hunk of black metal will not be looming over me.
Then it's cousin, the dry-mount press went. And finally a table that I was using to hold all this stuff. Vaya con dios!
The only thing (other than some small things I promised to Bill E.) is a brick wrapped in a white sock which I used to use to hold the fiber print flat while I matted it and a sock filled with pennies, used for the same purpose for smaller prints.
I'm trying to keep all the IMAGEPrint RIP stuff in one place in the blog (down below). I'm not going to do anymore printing with the demo version since the prints I'm making could at this point be sold or at least shown if not for the big DEMO WORDS all over the place.
Tomorrow, I will send out one of the last prints I did with the enlarger (The Oldest House). I still have lots of darkroom prints and when I get my act together, I will put them up on eBay. I don't want to list them on the site because what if two people buy the same print and I only have one. (Hey, it could happen.)