It feels like meditation in one image to me.
Their complementary skin tones, the deep reds and greens and the blue of the background are working for me.
Sometimes I just need to do a shoot that isn’t work.
Sometimes I see the oddest things in the weirdest places. I’m going to just chalk it up to my artist brain.
I wasn’t sure if I could pull this off.
Every now and again I get a client who’s comfortable from square one.
Well, that’ll make an artist’s day.
If, however, I had to choose one shot to represent a theme for the year, perhaps even the whole series of creek shots, I think it might be this one.
My camera was close by, and it amused me to take this shot.
I wanted a visual representation of what’s been going on inside my head.
I wanted to save this one for near the end of the 2017 series.
Sometimes you just have to lay naked by the creek and get some sun, y’know?
I mentioned the cute, likable, laughing pixie part, didn’t I?
If there’s something about this pose Sarah is striking in Abrams Creek, there may be a very good reason for that.
I’d love to hear the stories behind her body art, somehow I think there’s a few good ones in there.
I can’t say enough about how much my friend Meghan has come to mean to me.
This one seems much more in-your-face to me.
I could shoot Hunter all day long, if I had the time.