The interesting thing to me about medium format Tri-X negatives is the long dynamic range they had when developed just right. I marvel at the detail of the cloth weave in the reflection of Belinda's blouse in the window and how gracefully the reflections roll from white to soft gray to middle gray. How smoothly the grays hold detail in the head rest cover behind Belinda's head and how wonderful the tones look in the over head lighting in the top, right hand of the frame.
I have no idea where we were other than somewhere in the middle of Italy. The old Compur shutter on the 105mm purred like a cat and, after the mirror came up the shutter was all but silent. I love the composition and the placement of lights and darks. I shot one frame. I discovered it twenty years later. I saw it when I shot it. And when I developed it. And when I contact printed it. But I only really saw it last night.
I am in love with love.