Now that we were all settled in and had had our lunch, it was time to get to work. You must be logged in to post a comment. So as the shadows lengthened and the air chilled, the light got more and more amazing and the images got better and better. He has a lot of modeling experience, so he has a whole repertoire of attitudes and poses. Paul and I cracked up and pulled over. He was a sport when I asked him to open the dressing-room curtains so I could capture the moment.
I began that afternoon by photographing Jonny around the pool.
US-Costa Rica road trip, Day 6: Random nudity and naked greed
Then on a bridge leaving El Salvador, a border guard in a blue uniform waved us over, checked our papers and looked in our trunk. Your pictures charge our very weak batteries and we do appreciate your sending your catalogs by e mail. Paul veered past him, figuring he was just the first of the locusts that were about to descend on us. She was naked as a jaybird but apparently in no distress, gesturing casually to a dressed male companion. We had a great impression of El Salvador until this border guard soured it for us. Scouring the paperwork filled out by our fixer at the last border, the cop read: We went through the same drill as before — get copies, change money, get passport stamped, follow the fixers.