It’s a gluttony of beauty.
In the middle of a Pandemic, Jennifer, who is not a professional model, modelled an Art Gown. Why? Well, I helped mentor her into the Costume department in the film biz. This was her idea of a payback.
It was a first class thrill to see Velvet Tango on Jennifer. I only took around 1200 pics. It’s taken me weeks to choose the best 130, then pare that down to the ones you see in this post.
It was an overcast day. The above shot was taken when the sun came out briefly, but I don’t understand why it is so very different. There were about 6 shots that came out like this.
Bewitched by all the choices, I decided to post them in the location order that they were taken. We started on the fire escape.
Above is the only gust of wind during the entire shoot.
Then we were at the bottom of the fire escape.
From there we moved into the alley. I adore alleys. There’s almost never anyone else. We shot for a half hour. Not one person walked by. One guy did sit on his fire escape to watch.
It was a wonderful day! Jen looks amazing, and she wore no make-up; just lipstick and sunglasses.
The Covid numbers were down in Toronto. Jen and I took all required precautions.
Velvet Tango © Resa McConaghy was dedicated to & inspired by the poetry of Holly – House of Heart
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