Part of an ongoing project where I double expose a roll of film with one of my vintage cameras, once with a friend or model (in this case, Sam) then after rewinding the film I take it for a walk in a forest or the beach. (sometimes I do this in the other order, there is no magic to it).
Here I was using my Hasselblah loaded and Ilford HP5. I had a lovely session in my make-shift studio with Sam then after rewinding the film I took a stroll through our local ravine to take the second exposures. I may have over exposed the forest scenes a little more than planned but it seems to have worked out okay.
Development was as per instructions with Ilfosol3 (1:14, 11 minutes, 20C). Scanned with a Nikon Coolscan 9000.