Model Shoots Before Snowpocalypse

I decided to go the Library before holing up for the storm. It was a great decision. I found some really good material for the chapter I’m going to start working on tomorrow.

New York City was upgraded from a blizzard watch to a blizzard warning, so I’m very excited! We’re supposed to get 10 – 15 inches, which is a lot, but not like the storms of yesteryear. Still, I can’t complain. Snow!!

On my way to the Library, I passed by not one but two photo shoots in my neighborhood. So, others are trying to get some work done before the storm hits. Here was a friendly (and pretty, of course) model!

Model Shoot, West Village, 2016

I’m torn. I’d enjoy being both the model and the photographer. Although, now I’m remembering the times when I was the subject, it can get kinda tedious. I’m changing my vote: I want to be the photographer. UNLESS, the model gets to keep the outfits.

Model Shoot, West Village, 2016

Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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3 thoughts on “Model Shoots Before Snowpocalypse

  1. You’re second shot is wonderful! Sometimes what we don’t see, is more important than what we do see… I agree the outfit is great!

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