So labeled because some of our locations were much lusher in foliage than one would expect to find in the middle of a huge metropolis. Sadly, I did not get a snapshot of the fox that apparently crossed the path of one of the groups headed home after our twilight/night shoot day.
These poor guys were in murky water when we arrived, and I kept fretting about it. Somebody changed their water halfway through the day, though 🙂
And from earlier, studio fish at one of our other locations.
One last garden shot.
Fruit trees, herbs, flowers, and a nice sitting area. I’d really like to landscape something like this one of these days.
More views of the lush backyard garden attached to one of the locations.
Such a calm, attention-loving sweetheart he was. Eventually, our AD had to bodily lift and remove the cat to break the hypnotic effect he had on all the people patting him.
Not exactly wildlife, but it was fluffy and cute! A giant smushy-faced silver tabby that attracted a whole gaggle of admirers.
All was well when we traipsed into the heavily wooded park at late afternoon, but notice that there are no lamps anywhere on this path…
Deeper and deeper into the park we went… Making our way back out, it seemed almost a little too _Blair Witch_.
Rushing to set up a twilight shot in the woods before it gets too dark.
B explores an overgrown park hillside at dusk.
Sprinkler and overgrown plants around a pond in the backyard of one location.