Originally we (Peter, Eva and me) planned a two days nude art photo shoot with a British model from London. Unfortunately she missed her flight because of some unpredictable reasons. Traffic in London is sometimes total chaos, I know that well. So, what to do in the middle of Switzerland without a model? Well, taking pictures of some mountains would be an obvious answer to the question. So we did and we returned to true photography without any haste and preasure. Its always a kind of meditation to wait minutes, maybe even hours in pouring rain for the right light, for the clouds clearing up and that one special moment when pressing the button and sitting down for some further minutes just to let the camera do the work. Its very relaxing and calming. I had the fortune to get my new 15 stop Super Stopper from LeeFilters to complete my collection of Stoppers and ND-Filters right before the departure. So I had no need to change my workflow even about noon.
Despite the fact we had something different in mind, the disappointment of not meeting our model was washed away by the fantastic surrounding of the Urner Alpen and Berner Alpen. Thanks to Thomas Michel from the Alpin Center Sustenpass for being (once again) so kind and caring. Its always a pleasure to stay in your cosy house.
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