But in the early morning of the next day, Pablo was already filming “nudity” with me and with vintage cars in different looks — in outfits and without them 🙂 . Here is one of the already published on the site — the photoset “In warm rays & Chevrolet Monte Carlo“. The owners of this unique car from all over the world have already liked the photoset (Pablo posted links to this photoset in thematic groups on social networks immediately after publication on the website).
So it’s early morning. Kiev. As I said, at first we shot a lot of photosets with cars, but by 8 am the first exhibitors and their friends began to arrive. We quickly moved to a remote part of the museum, almost deserted, to one of the alleys with planes from the times of the USSR.
Fresh and warm. The air is clean and transparent. The rays of the rising sun fall on the naked body in sparkling gold. Pablo is very fond of morning light. It helps to paint a magic picture. Particularly mesmerizing are nude photographs in backlash, as if in a silver haze.
My task was simple — to go “flying gait” along the alley near the planes. The gait is “my strong point”. Pablo says that since I walk, no one walks — gracefully, slowly and on 12–centimeter high heels, with dignity and irresistibility 🙂 . And I, of course, believe him!
Pablo’s friend, a professional sports photographer, helped me with photography, for whom catching a good shot with me is not a problem at all, he “catches” rhythmic gymnasts, dancers and horsemen on the fly, and they move much faster than me!
Pablo was filming the video backstage at this time, and, of course, directed the entire filming! I’m sure you’ll see him too a little later.
In addition to the gentle sun, a gentle breeze helped me. He successfully developed my mesh cape. The mesh, as it were, covered the figure, but did not interfere with seeing all the advantages of my naked body. So I ended up with a romantic striptease, if, of course, the net can be considered clothing at all 🙂 .
We, of course, managed to light up in 10 minutes of photography. A passing museum worker saw us, but he pretended that nothing was happening and took up his professional duties. Although out of the corner of my eye I saw that he was secretly glancing in my direction 🙂 .
I hope he enjoyed the show…