This past Sunday I did a photoshoot with Elin Schriwer and Ellen Kastensson, who used to train rhythmic gymnastics together. We met up in Tullinge, and walked over to Hamra Grustag which is about 20 minutes’ walk from the train station. It is a huge gravel pit which appears to be still in use, as we found a big yellow bulldozer parked in the middle. We did a few photos in the centre of the pit, but after a while the bulldozer became too tempting, and we headed over to play with it. Later on in the photoshoot we, to my great delight, discovered a big puddle of water.
Sometime around here a few sand grains got lodged in my preview button on the camera, which prevented me from reviewing all but the latest shot. It felt a bit like shooting with film, when you could not check what the photos looked like. So to be on the safe side, we repeated several of the poses a few extra times, just to make sure we had got the shot.
With the sun below the horizon, and our candy stock depleted, we decided to call it a day and head back to the train station. Thanks to Elin and Ellen for a fun photoshoot!