Trash the Dress in Johannesburg Part III

 

The third and final part of my Trash the Dress with Louise! We started doing some trespassing here too, but to get into the first place the security guards made me phone the owner and ask his permission. They caught us slipping through the fence. Heheh.

Go and see Part I: Trash the Dress and Part II: Trash the Dress!

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Then we tried to get into the old Gasworks in Brixton. There we got stopped by a strange old man who gave us a huge lecture on how it was forbidden to go in there, but he was still going to let us, but if we fell through to the centre of the earth or stood on toxic waste that ate through our shoes it would be our faults. Um. We just stood outside in the end. We didn’t even find any of the blackjacks he warned us about; in fact, he seemed more concerned about the blackjacks than the toxic waste and alleged holes to the centre of the earth!

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Trying a little vintage processing here:

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Then we saw this funky old Morris Minor (so my friend Debi informed me), so we did some more lying on the ground action shots:

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I know this one seems odd, but I really like the way I’ve placed it!

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7 Responses to “Trash the Dress in Johannesburg Part III”

  1. Jeanette says:

    Absolutely gorgeous!! I’m surprised you got into the old rail station.

  2. Kat Forsyth says:

    So was I ! I think he just didn’t want to have to argue with me early on a Sunday morning. :-)

  3. Miriam says:

    This entire set was just amazing. The contrast with old and new, the colours. Great work!

  4. Love the balloons and boots for this TTD session! Awesome job!

  5. MCH says:

    I absolutely love the first shots of the dress!

  6. Amy French says:

    Gorgeous shoot. I LOVE your black and whites. Very glam!

  7. Awesome session! Love the reflection shots in the beginning. The one with the boots cracked me up! So many more fun images that kept on coming. Gorgeous eyes, too!

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