Mud’s Women

Nude, Prince Edward Island, 2012

Nude, Prince Edward Island, 2012

I had hoped to begin posting some of my black & white photos from Iceland today, but I went away for the extended weekend and so didn’t have the time to scan all of the photos that I wanted to include.  Those photos, therefore, will have to wait a few more days.
Still, please don’t fret.  As I’ve written before, I still have the majority of the photos from my trip to Canada last year with Erica Jay and Dane St. Clair to show, so I’ll be posting some of those now.

3355 _6 - Dane & Erica_PEI

Of course, these photos don’t need to take a back seat to any other photos.  The photos I’m posting today were among the most fun that we made in Canada.  We were on the shoreline of Prince Edward Island, a place where the earth is colored a nice shade of red.  The wet earth (that is to say, the mud!) was a good color, too, so Erica and Dana decided to play around and paint themselves up with it a bit.  That color can’t be seen in black & white, of course, but the patterns of the mud are still there to be seen – and hopefully a bit of the fun, too, despite the serious looks.

3356_4 - Dane & Erica PEI

About Dave Rudin

Dave Rudin is a fine art photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. He specializes in art nude and travel photography, using black & white film and making silver gelatin prints in a darkroom.
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