Lena was laughing at yet another of my classic jokes!ly.
Ordinarily I'd reject this shot but towewr bridge is sufficiently out of focus to create seperation between it and Lena.
Actually the sun was shining into her eyes, tehre's still a real sense of stillness to this shot.
There was enough of a breeze to blow her hair around and we both liked the sense of movement it gives.
Lena was backlit by the sun and I like teh way it shines through her hair.
It was lovley and bright down by the waterfront, it changes the whole "mood" of the shoot.
Lena and I were both quite tired by the time we were at the waterfront, it was a very hot evening and we'd been at it for nearly 90 minutes one stop
In retrospect probably not the best title
really like teh way Lena's body shape mirrored that of the tree... sort of.
I liek this slightly pensive look.
Again, the wind was our friend. This is probably my favourite shot from these images.
Lena's hair and dress were being blown about. It brings a real sense of the moment to the picture. We had a lot of fun doing this shoot.
The same sequence but completely changed by looking away from the camera and laughing at one of my jokes (probably)
I had posed Lena in the corner at the top of the stairs, she suggested walking down them towards me. I love the smile and the sense of movement.
Lena was very happy to show her legs, this shot has a sense of innocence about it but at the same time it's pretty darn sexy.
Lena played with her hair and I missed the shot I asked her to do it again... worth it!
I really like the sense of difficult decisions to be made this picture offers