The last session of the day was a return to working with landscape; the weather had steadily improved all day, and by late afternoon, the sky was clearing, and Ingrid and I were looking for a final place to photograph. As we were driving, I caught sight of a small stream zigzagging down the foothills of a mountain. Just second later, a perfect parking spot presented itself, and minutes later, Ingrid and I were slowly making our way uphill, seeking a good space to work with the water.
In many ways, it is water that I most associate with Ingrid's modelling; she has an incredibly affinity for it, and many of our strongest images had been made in it. In Ireland however, with the cool weather, she and I have yet to make any images with water playing a major role. Even with this location, the plan was to only work with Ingrid actually in the water as a final pose option, and even that was only a possibility. All that being said, shortly into the session, we found a lovely section of the stream with a perfect rock at the top - a perfect place for Ingrid to pose upon.