Everything was all set up from a session a few days earlier butt he print had turned out to be a dud. I was using old Agfa paper i had won on Ebay and it had developed very unevenly (which can sometimes be pleasing but in this case wasn't). I decided to use my ample morning time to make another print, have some breakfast, have a wash and then head off to work satisfied in the knowledge that i have had a fruitful morning. I started the print but ten minutes in noticed a thicker, darker band running across the centre of the print. I ditched it and exposed another sheet. Guess how long it took to develop... 20 minutes? Half an hour? No... 56 minutes! Talk about slow! I guess next time i use this paper ill try a stronger solution. The problem now was that i had 5 minutes before i needed to be out the door. Right, lock the shed, leave the print under the wash, brush my teeth, no time for a shower, deodorant on, clothes changed, hair and beard combed, shoes on, tap off, print drying, out the door, in the car, on the road! In the end i arrived at work 2 minutes earlier but it was a push. What do we learn? Never try and lith on Brovira paper within the space of an hour!
Anyway, here's the print. I like the softer lith look this paper has given (compared to Slavich Unibrom). I haven't experimented with toning it yet so not sure how it will react. I'm sure ill be doing some toning on it soon though so i'll let you know how it goes.