This is a reprint, I didn’t have much hope for.  I’ve been experimenting to see how many lousy prints I could revive. I’m happy to say that with a little love of what you do and some patience, miracles can happen.

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At the end of last season, I remordanted a bunch of pieces that were not up to pat with alum, 3 applications of soy mikk and a final dip in morte alum.  They’ve cured for almost a year. This time, I dipped again in some fresh alum and used a ferrous sulfate carrier cloth.  Finally, it was rolled on an iron pipe. While it is a bit murky after washing and ironing, I love how it turned out.

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Great red sumac berries!

 

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Love the blend of green leaves among the gray and the overall depth.

Linking up with Nina Marie!

2 comments

  1. Vernon says:

    Patience and perseverance pay off.

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