B&W Pics from the Boundary Waters

So I’m pretty sure this is the first roll of film I’ve developed from my new Kiev 88cm. If you’re not familiar with the camera it looks like this:
Kiev 66 CM: Essentially a Russian Hasselblad knock-off that uses Pentacon-6 mounted lenses.
Kiev 66 CM: Essentially a Russian Hasselblad knock-off that uses Pentacon-6 mounted lenses.
Overall I like the camera. Lenses in a mount\format I already owned, that are really quite good. However, interchangeable film backs were the biggest reason I moved to this camera vs the Pentacon (which was also quite a bit bulkier and harder to pack). I really like the flexibility of shooting a scene in both B&W and Color, or a couple of different B&W films at the same time.. So.. I took this thing into the Boundary Waters, which all in all, was a bad idea. The lenses are heavy, I didn’t pay attention to the tripod mount not being 1/4-20, etc. I should have stuck to one small 35 and one digital. Lesson learned. The photos … I’m not sure yet. I’m not sure how printing is going to look vs scanning. But already I’m seeing an interesting line on the side of the negs, that also seems to line up with some wicked flare in a couple of images. So .. I guess we’ll wait and see how actual enlargements look, and what the rest of the film that I’ve shot with it looks. These are Ilford FP4+ at 125, developed in Rodinal 1:50. Combination of 80mm f2.8, and 50mm f4 lenses, both in MC finish.