January 21st, 2010

D20 3356 Angiesickle After Angie froze her cute ass at our first stop, with temperatures at 5 degrees, we got back in the truck, turned the heater up, and headed for a second location.

The first place we shot was an easy hike. It’s actually handicapped accessible, with a flat, asphalt path back to the site. Not the case for our second destination. It has a steep, rocky trail along a cliff side. The trail had had a bit of traffic since the last snowfall, but was still completely snow-covered with ice on the rocks under the snow. Angie’s boots didn’t have real good soles for this kind of hiking, so she was sliding all over the place and having to hang on to me to keep on her feet as we hiked down to the spot.

It had warmed up, though. The truck thermometer was all the way up to 10 degrees when we started our hike down the cliff.

When we got there we found this wonderful frozen waterfall. This isn’t much of a waterfall most of the time and it often runs dry in the summer. But it had frozen up in a very beautiful way. Angie found spots to stand and I found a good vantage point to do the photos. We worked fast. Angie, as always, was a real trooper, hanging in there to get the shots.

There was water still falling down the waterfall, but, of course, we put Angie in a spot where there was no water falling on her. What I didn’t know because I couldn’t see it from where I was, was that where she was standing had just a bit of water standing on it, on top of the ice. She never mentioned it.

After a few minutes shooting these photos we went to another area beside the waterfall and found a few other spots where Angie could pose. But, as soon as she took one boot off I saw that all her toes had turned blue. She then told me about the water she had been standing in. That was the end of our shoot. I really don’t ever want a model losing toes doing a shoot with me.

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3 Responses to “Angiesickle”

  1. 1brooke lynne
    January 21st, 2010 @ 11:14 pm

    WOW! That is one impressive icefall! You two hit it out of the park!

  2. 2Lin
    January 22nd, 2010 @ 9:22 am

    Phenomenal shots, Dave! That's one very brave model!

  3. 3unbearable lightness
    January 23rd, 2010 @ 10:27 pm

    Incredibly beautiful. I bet Angie was cccold! (Still haven't heard from her)

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