Most of us can remember a time when friends would come round to visit us and show us their holiday snaps, and then in retribution you would do the same after your holiday. Unfortunately very few of us were very good at filtering our pictures and only showing the best ones, so we had folders or albums full of these images, all very similar.
I hope not to fall into this trap with my holiday snaps. These images are from my annual holiday in Scotland – where I had already been in April for my mammoth photoshoot – and my (VERY!) kind and understanding wife allowed me to shoot a model who also happened to be up in Scotland at the same time. This also gave my wife the opportunity to meet one of my models in real life.
So here are my holiday snaps of the (insert superlative) Raphaella. I’m afraid I’ve run out of ways of describing what a super model she is.
First a few (out of around 50) of Raphaella pulling the most amazing shapes and gravity-defying poses under a bridge/arch in a derelict building.
Next a window in the derelict building.
A nearby clearing.
A doorway in the building.
And the arched wall of a room in the building.
I took many more in other locations as well, but aware of what I said in the first paragraph of the this post, hopefully this gives a flavour of probably the best holiday snaps I’ve ever taken.
Again these are all quick Lightroom captures, rather than finished images.
Thanks again to Raphaella and my very supportive wife.