A few words from Brittany...
It’s no secret that Justine and I love photographing swimwear – you know how there are shoe people? Well I’ve always been a swimwear person…fun fact, back in the day my mom used to pay me in bikinis for modelling for her shop!
This Gooseberry suit is probably the sexiest one-piece I have ever worn, (find it here), but the best part about these photos is what isn’t captured…aka the fifty (no exaggeration) tourists hiking around us in full gear. I felt absolutely naked. I literally stood there by myself with dozens of hikers (and their dogs) making their way past me until all was clear and then Justine would maybe have 5 seconds to take one shot. This is where I really got to practice my poker face (because my insides were turning at all of the stares). But, if you’re a blogger I’m sure you know, you have to get over the fact that people will stare and point (and laugh) at you occasionally and the only saving grace is that you will NEVER see these people again!
To add to the difficulty of these shoot, we had to climb over a huge log jam to get to this area – it was probably a solid twenty minutes of climbing over slippery logs. Poor Justine fell (with her camera gear) a good seven feet between some logs, landing straight on rock and fracturing her tailbone. I should probably just rename this post as the shoot that almost killed Justine.
We’ve definitely done some weird and questionable stuff for photos in the past, but I think this one takes the cake for most difficult! What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done for photos?
In our couple short days on Milos we went on a tour around the Island. With a plethora of vastly different landscapes to admire we only had a short time to enjoy each one. Sarakiniko was one of the coolest things we saw. Rocks like no other contrasting the stunning blue ocean. Milos would be an amazing place to have a wedding!