The late summer is a great time of year in the Northeast. The weather is slowly starting to cool down, the forest is beautiful, and the mosquitos are like miniature vampires aimed at world domination. It’s slightly refreshing under the forest canopy… not too humid, with some slight crunch on the ground beneath your feet. Almost the perfect time to explore the forest nude, minus those pesky mosquitos.
Avalon and I took a little time to find the right spots – and then jumped straight into the fun of the day – looking for fun shots, props and backdrops. Admittedly, we did bring a few of our own.
Green is Gold
It ain’t easy being green, but being green makes you gold.
Nothing but beauty in frame
We wandered along a small river to find some deeper forest for some artsy fun, because what would be the point otherwise?
Breaking free from fishermen, Explore the forest nude
You’re not always alone in the forest, no matter how hard you try. Sometimes, you’ve just gotta dive in and make it happen.
Back to the Banks
On the return trip we stopped to stretch and get some rest.
Back on Track
Almost at our point of entry, we decided to make it weird, again.
As time blew by while sneaking around patches of poison ivy, Avalon got wrecked by mosquitos resulting in a grand total of 56 bites. I guess sometimes earth fights back against us creatures. She still won the battle, and the above photos are proof. I’m looking forward to another awesome shoot like this, minus the mosquitos of course.
And before we go, one last thing:
Keep it sassy Earth Creatures.