After rejoining I-90, on top of one of many long climbs, I saw mountains peaking up from behind some nice clouds and took an exit to try to catch that, but by the time I found a spot to park and set up, the clouds all but disappeared. I still made a couple of plates and here they are.
After wrapping up the shoot by the river, at the hottest part of the day, we decided to take a quick dip, which was most enjoyable. The river there is knee-deep and amid the rocks making up rivers floor, I noticed a pretty large crawdad. After calling Jozlynn over to have her see it, I jokingly darted her to catch it, thinking that as most females I have encountered before she wouldn’t dare approach a creature like that. To my utter astonishment, it took Jozlynn about 20 seconds to skillfully pluck the little guy from his natural environment – apparently, her mom taught her how to do this when she was younger and they used to catch delicious dinners in that manner. We let this little guy go of course, but if I wasn’t allergic to creatures who dwell under water, and if we were in a place where we could legally catch them for food, I’m sure we would have had a good dinner worth of these in no time.