I worked in the publications office at my school for about two months last spring, and it tainted my love of digital photography. Having to shoot large events and come away with hundred of pictures that needed to be processed immediately ruined the art for me. So when I got home, I set my mirrorless on the shelf and picked up a film point and shoot.
I bought 5 rolls of Kodak 400 and shot through them in a month. I learned to develop the film myself, and after a few mishaps, I got pretty good at it. I felt like the colors weren't exactly what I wanted though, so I went to my local camera shop, and after a chat with the owner, I walked out with a roll of Portra 160. I stuck in the fridge, and there is stayed for about a month because I was afraid to use it.
This wasn't cheap consumer film, and each shot had to count. But when an imu road trip showed up, I threw it in my camera bag along with a Canon 2000. I loaded it in when we arrived at Yellowstone. We only had a day to spend in the park, so I shot through the roll pretty quickly, enjoying the fact that it had 36 exposures.
This was actually one of the last shots on the roll, taken after we had left Yellowstone and were passing through Grand Teton National Park, and it's honestly my favorite shot.