When I think back on some of the "dark" rooms I created. The worst one I had was in the wooden shed we had by our mobile home in 1970. I portioned off a corner of it where I sat for all printing. The water source was by a garden hose coming from the trailer. Onetime in October, I accidently put my thermometer in the developer out there. It read 45 degrees. I just shook my head, got right up and never went back.
The ones after that were much better culminating in my palace type one I mentioned above. I told the carpenter I wanted an electrical outlet on every stud. And it hadits own circuit . It was absolutely dark, ventilated, cool and warm when needed. A photo student donated a couple of thick rubber Matts so it was comfortable to stand on. This was in my home. I wonder what the new owners have used that room for. Lots of storage though.
There are 10 kinds of people. Those that understand binary and those that don't.
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