The idea of filming a nude photo session in a real apiary made me a little strained…
I love honey and respect bees — they are hard workers and cute. But how will they react to my presence on their territory?
I have already written many times that our fan club is constantly helping us with new locations and ideas. So this time, Pablo’s old friend — two–meter Santa Claus (really a two–meter charismatic man who turns into Santa Claus on New Year’s and congratulates children and adults on the holiday) invited us to his apiary to shoot our new erotic photo masterpiece in the style of Pablo Incognito.
We picked up a couple of country looks (fortunately, I have a huge dressing room), waited for the evening (magical photos are obtained in the sunset rays of the sun), and arrived at the apiary. I was worried that I would be frightened by a swarm of bees, but we ended up in a peaceful place. The bees were busy with their own business, they flew smoothly and quietly buzzed. I realized that I can make friends with them if they follow the recommendations of the beekeeper.
And the rules are simple: do not make sudden movements and try not to crush the bee, then they will not touch me. They have no time — they work, collect honey. I was handed honeycombs and told to stay behind the hives. That was all the briefing 🙂
And we started the first photo session in our creative work in the “Nude” genre at a real apiary.
A stylish beekeeper came to the apiary to check how much honey the bees had collected. Bees swarmed on real combs full of delicious honey. It seemed that they took me for theirs, went about their business and did not want to fly away. So this was my first crowd scene photo shoot 🙂
The transparent shirt and skirt created the image of an airy and not dangerous (for bees, in particular) beekeeper, who from such summer heat took and arranged a striptease among the hives, and then, emboldened, posed completely naked, holding honeycombs with hundreds of real bees.
When Pablo published the announcement of this photo story, the public wondered if we were bitten by bees. No, they didn’t get bitten! They turned out to be very mannerly, just flying around and humming. But the mosquitoes turned out to be boorish and pretty much bit me 🙂
We shot a couple more photo sessions this evening in different looks, but that’s a completely different story…