I wanted to shoot more sets with snow. But when winter ended here earlier than expected I have decided to shoot at Austrian Alps. The Kaprun glacier seemed as a great solution to me. I had been there skiing few years ago. The location was just perfect for my needs.
The weather wasn't friendly to me unfortunately; it was rather cold every day :-( But if I traveled so far a just steeled myself every day and modeled anyway.
First shooting location was the Krimml waterfall. The weather forecast was really optimistic but it turned out to be totally wrong. It was raining like hell, outside temperature around 4C°. I was kind of upset. Seems weather forecasts are never correct. We had only one day planned to stay there so we did the shooting anyway. Fortunately the sun did appear at least for some moments...
Still the water itself was also very cold. I felt every drop landing on my back. Luckily I was completely covered by latex :-P It was like in a raincoat, hehe. My wig got completely wet very soon though.
We were hiking up the hill and shot at the stops with different views over the waterfall.
View to Krimml waterfall from a hotel room.
I was so cold I took a warm bath after :-P
This beautiful old cupboard was in the hotel hall.
On the way to Kaprun.
The other day I planned to shoot at Kaprun dams. The location is beautiful.
Bus takes you up and down again, one way takes around 35 minutes. You can feel the temperature falling with every meter climbed.
Unfortunately we were unlucky again. The weather was terrible, very cold and windy. I thought we would just walk around without any photoshooting.
But at the same time I knew if I don't do it, I would be sorry later on. So I went to the toilet, thanks god, the heating there was on and set to high. There I put on my blonde wig and latex body. The shooting itself was superfast, after 20 minutes everything was done including video footage. Then we taped some extra minutes me chatting, showing the location around me.
We had a not very tasty dinner in our hotel in the evening. And then came to a very cold room. I asked for the heating to be switched on but was told it is not working during summer (around 5C outside). But whatever, I thought. After a hot shower I would be OK, I believed. Then I realized even hot water is not supplied. So we came to the hotel-keeper expressing our wish to leave. After some arguments we had to pay full price (minus breakfast) for the hotel room even though we spent two hours there only. What a scam!
After 5 mins ride we found a lovely hotel with sauna and swimming pool where I spent every evening relaxing looong time. Everything was perfect there including their excellent five course dinner.
The following day we headed to Kitzsteinhorn to shoot in more than 3000 meters altitude. The sun was shining from occasionally so I was not that cold as the previous day.
Yummy lunch after the shooting with beautiful view to mountain peaks.
Btw the black catsuit ripped on back :-( I didn't notice at which moment it has happened. It means I have no catsuit now. I plan to buy a new one so if you want to donate me some money, please check my wish list. There are three catsuits of different types and labels I would like to have :-)
Then we rode the cable car to about half-way of off the peak - 1900 meters approximately. The clouds almost disappeared and generally it was much warmer. I found a nice place behind a rock to change into jeans there.
While stripping of I couldn't fail to notice the scenery of the place. We had about 30 minutes before the last cable car went down so a decision was made to do a quick and short nude set. Yummy photos, I must say :-P
Just put on some clothes and run for the cable car.
Before dinner we made a short walk in Kaprun which is in 900 meters above sea level. The temperature at around 7PM was still around 20C. One could see the snow covered peaks behind me where I was freezing during the day while down here the summer was clearly ruling:-)
I will keep the photos from other shootings secret. You surely want some surprise and see them at the right time :-)