Then in the winter I saw that Ros was back near me, so got in touch. We had snow lying and both liked the idea of shooting at a ruined mansion house we know, but the snow was too deep meaning although only around 20 miles apart we couldn't get together, my hopes dashed again.
When I saw recently that Ros is to take a break from modelling I thought it's now or possibly never. Ros kindly made some time for me and suggested a location I wouldn't have thought of, and though the weather wasn't perfect on the day it was good enough. We both had a fun time as well as getting some great images.
I just wish I had been able to work with her sooner and hopefully will again before too long.
|As you can see, as well as sunshine we had some threatening clouds!|
|These rocks are gritstone and are very rough textured, I thought this crevice had so much potential but wasn;t sure Ros could get in there without hurting herself. But she very bravely and carefully got in and created some great images.|
|How she managed to move around in the confined space and without grazing herself badly I don't know. I am eternally grateful to her.|
|I am also very grateful that she suggested this location, which is a busy and popular part of the Peak District. We could hear and occassionally glimpsed other people but they didn't see us.|
|Around this time Ros said the location was like Jurasic Park, I said we are ok as long as they haven't released the predators !|
|If we were going to be spotted it was now ! We got away with it though|
|A beautiful model, fantastic feeatures and textures to work with, what more could a photographer ask for ?|