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Here are a few behind-the-scenes images from the making of “The Reflection of Autumn”.

October 30th… a cool autumn breeze rattles leaves fallen to the ground. The world is a mixture of red and yellow. A forest pool of water is quietly hiding secrets of the summer past. Sunken down into the cold depths. There are two persons on the bank of the pool, a boy and a girl. They look from the mystified water at each other and a question is lingering in the air.

Would anyone freely wade out to that log on that pool bottom, barefooted, bare legs against the icy water?


The answer to the question… is yes! Just bite the bullet and get in :)

The first attempt of trying to raise myself up on to the log from the water was in vain. The feet got sucked down into the bottom. So up I went up on solid ground again and approached the log from above. Playing leapfrog. The idea of getting on to the moist log without getting the dress and myself all dirty just had to be forgotten.

After a rather nice and actually not so cold shoot on the log, it was time to go in again. At least I got to play around a bit in the water, trying to splash Andreas who was assisting on land…

And I promise you, it was rather nice to get dressed again. And it took some time before I could feel my feet again. I hope you enjoy the final result of this shoot :)


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  1. Clive and Rosey Morris · November 9, 2011 Reply

    Jenny – This series is brilliant. Your dialogue accompanying the pictures is wonderful. I was holding my breath on the first caption wondering what the answer would be, and, of course, into the water is the only way to go.

    The first picture is so beautiful and tender in feeling, the scene magnificent, as are the colours and the pose too. I love it.

    And the following pictures get better and better, especially the one of you(?) splashing water towards the camera with both hands.

    Coming from Tasmania I know what cold is, especially the pain on my ankles in cold water, it takes a while to get used to it!!!

    Your overall concept and pictures are awesome. I do love your photography, and please keep up the good work.

    All of these pics are favourites were they on Flickr and the one in Flickr is awesome, as I have come to expect from you.

    Love and God bless you always, Clive and Rosey xxxxxxx

  2. Marcello · January 11, 2012 Reply

    The opening picture of this topic is well done.
    Is ok to me the scene and the woman sat on the fell tree. I prefer this one, because, is close to be a painting of the XVIII century. I think you will be able to create a series of subjects like this ….. i think the following photos,where the same woman is smiling and moving, are not so strong like the first one.
    My compliments for the first photo which i think will influence me in my next works.
    I wish you a 2012 of great photos and new inspirations.

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