One of the many characteristics that I love about my friend Anna (others range from her musical talents, her generosity and love for life) is that she's open to adventure. Especially at a moment's notice.
Last Thursday afternoon, we scouted a spot at the Glendale Narrows portion of the Los Angeles River, and inched our way down the slope with our gear. She listened to my bizarre direction: tie twine on bow arm, mix river water and ink together, dip twine in ink/sludge mixture, place twine on canvas that's already on the ground, play Bach minuet for a few minutes, exit scene. Repeat seven times.
The price you pay for my friendship. Thank you so much for being you, amazing Anna!
Production stills from the Landscape short for my Video for Photographers class. Film is in the process of editing... posting it by next week. Love this so much.