Roadtripping – The home straight
After a very rushed shoot with Megan and KC (Key Castle) it was time to find my digs for the night, rest and recuperate for the early start on Sunday.
A welcome diversion was a visit from an friend who is studying architecture, we sat and designed my “ultimate photographic studio” which she was using for a varsity project.
Sunday morning came all to quickly, the plan was to meet a photographer friend Ashleigh in Grahamstown (which conveniently lies on the route back home from Port Elizabeth) at 6am for a sunrise shoot with a friend of hers.
The road at 4am was quiet but misty in spots, but I made it on time with no drama.
Ash, Jess and I headed off to an old disused railway station and this is what ensued…
The sunrise was actually very brief and unspectacular which lead to us hunting around for alternate ideas to do this wonderful young woman justice.
Finally ending it all off with some smoke bombs – not really how I wanted to use them, but it seemed like a good idea at the time.