Re: Good day for drying sized papers outside!

From: Sandy King ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 07/26/05-01:18:53 PM Z
Message-id: <a06020420bf0c3ccf2327@[]>

Well, any future images will just have to wait another day because I
for sure won't be out under the dark cloth today.


>i feel like i'm dying in georgia, everytime i step outside i'm
>immediately sweating. hope everyone in the northern part of the
>country appreciates the relative coolness.
>i hadn't said anything in a while, I haven't been producing any
>work, need to get my motivation back together and start shooting,
>but once I get some imagery that i'm happy with, i'll be back around
>the list asking questions, perfecting my alt techniques.
>On Jul 26, 2005, at 2:43 PM, Sandy King wrote:
>>Message to Chris,
>>If you enjoyed drying your sized papers outdoors in South Caroliona
>>you are missing out today on a great opportunity. This morning at
>>10am the temperature outdoors in the shade was 92 degrees F, with
>>88% humidity. The good news is that as of 2:30 pm the RH has gone
>>done to 52%, but the temperature just hit 100.5, and it is still
>>rising. Your papers would be dry almost as fast as you could hang
>>them up.
>>Wonder what it is like in the warmer parts of the south today, say
>>in Houston or Baton Rouge?
Received on Tue Jul 26 13:21:51 2005

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