The British Museum on Ilford HP5+

I actually shot two rolls of Ilford HP5 on my Rolleiflex 3.5 in the British Museum, both pushed two stops to 1600. Brilliantly, like the total genius I am, I'd loaded the film backwards some weeks ago, and managed to shoot 12 frames onto the backing paper. 

Discovering my mistake, I tossed the whoopsie-roll and gave it another bash, shooting 12 frames in and around the Ancient Egypt room.

I'm not usually the biggest fan of HP5, the grain's always been a bit too large for me in 35mm, but it can render beautifully when pushed in 120.