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Untitled Nude, 2015

Untitled Nude, 2015

I hope that everyone (in the U.S., anyway) had a good Thanksgiving holiday and weekend.  I myself have been busy working quite a bit of overtime at work.
Part of the problem with working so much is that you don’t have much time at home to get things done.  Another problem is that you can feel so tired that when you are home, you don’t feel like doing anything. Still, some thing need to get done like shopping, laundry and (in my case) bringing your car in for an oil change and to get a flat tire repaired.


Alas, I finally have both the time and the initiative to write a new blog post, but not totally so.  I had wanted to scan some photos from Asia to post, but as I haven’t yet gotten around to doing that, here are some more photos from the morning session of my 20th anniversary celebration on August 19 of this year.
As I have written about the event, we were at a nice waterfall near Woodstock, New York, when the area was taken over for about 45 minutes by a summer camp group from Latvia.  (Yes, Latvia.)


While having to wait that long to resume photographing was annoying, to say the least, the campers did one thing beneficial:   they found the long tree branch that you see in some of these photos.  They moved it out of the water in which it had been hidden and left it on some rocks nearby, but when they left, I decided that it could make an interesting prop to tie all of the nine models together.
More photos from that day and the days after will follow (in time).


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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