The Edge of the World
Warm tones, windswept hair, and bare toes make up the second half of this river session. I’m in love the the vintage vibes and the overall feel of this shoot.
Once again, Elizabeth was totally down for getting deeper into the river, which meant so was I. I very carefully maneuvered down the rocks and into the very cold water to follow Elizabeth to a neat pile up of large trees that were naturally making a dam. Thank goodness for my Holdfast camera gear, because this made it so much easier to make sure my footing was secure and my camera safe as we ventured out further down the river. Though, there’s really not much I could do if I really did go down. I’m certain that I would be completely submerged with my arm up and my camera being the only dry thing.
Anyways, I was thankful that the moss under our toes wasn’t slippery and I was able to walk in about a foot or so deep of water pretty easily. It was totally worth it too. We just took a moment to soak in the sun, admire this beautiful day, and kept shooting.
I think I could have spent the rest of the day there on those fallen trees. Until next time. More adventurers come my way please! And, in case you came across this post first, be sure to check out Part One of this river shoot.
Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair. – Kahlil Gibran