Chey and I spent a lot of time making Polaroids and when we were through with that we tempted fate at these locations. One was a random house not belonging to any of us. shh. Chey’s pose on that tree makes me happy we dared it all. And the clouds of course. Thanks for watching….
Thanks to Ray Fritz for sorting out our Noosa River Cruise through the everglades. It’s always nice to get out with as many people as we can for a day. Most of the time we are all in our own little worlds shooting and creating and trying to fit in a bit to eat,…
This was the first thing we did when we arrived and I’m off on editing adventures now! I’ve skipped doing a little short video of everyone for the past couple of years. BUT! I made myself do it again this year because of this house and this sneaky little balcony walk. The house was rugged…
I have finished the last image from last years retreat just in time for this year’s retreat. Better late than never. This was the best location! Loved it there. Next week I’ll be back in Australia! See you soon!
Brooke, Anne and Chey crept up on Tara and I during our shoot so we did this. The more the merrier! More from the fabulous 4 soon…
The water looks like mercury to me. Shiny, metallic, a sort of glow. Cheyanne did great! This was a spontaneous night shoot and I’m so glad it happened. Ethereal water dreams …. Maybe I’ll spend the whole retreat in the water this year. hmm.
Tara and I have known each other since about 2004 and it’s always great to add some finesse to our body of work together. I love to work with a model over an extended period of time and be able to create new looks and new ideas. I look forward to continuing on that path….
Thanks for coming to Australia, E!
Dear Gal Gadot… If you ever need a body double I know a woman… Seriously though. Elilith is awesome to work with and I’m so happy with these water themed images. Thank you Wonder Woman.
Not bad for a 10 minute shoot. I thought there was a croc around every bend in the river yet it was just my imagination. The sun was going down as we were trying to balance ourselves on these swift little rapids. Thanks for dragging me out there Carly!
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