I’d been planning this look for awhile. There’s a particular trail at Saint Edwards State Park that leads you down until you’re completely submerged in nature. It’s narrow, but not too difficult…unless, of course, you’re dressed like a nature goddess or lugging cameras. Challenge accepted. Heather was a trooper as she hiked down while mosquitos feasted on her, plants stabbed her, and the butterflies did their best to jump ship as they snagged on branches. I worked around the sneakers.
Don’t worry….she made it down in one piece. We ended the shoot at the bottom and relaxed near the lake and watched a bird of prey soar level with the water. It was a nice day.
Here’s Heather in the very last shoot I did in apt 1003, where I grew up. I miss those big windows like no ones business! It’s a slightly melancholy image which fits precisely what I was feeling that month. It was a time of reflection and saying goodbye.
Let’s see…here’s an older one of Heather, pre-haircut. Dress courtesy of my mother…it’s the one I coveted growing up 😉
I’m not normally one for pink, but when you cut it with black…I like it. That’s how I like pastels handled in general. Anyway, here’s another of Heather, bringing a little badass to the pretty pink room…
Here’s what Michele looks like when I don’t cover her with mud!