My trip to Bavaria - Germany

At the end of February myself and a great team got on a plane to Germany, in the hope to get some stunning photos in the snow! :-)  

The day after we arrived we went to check out the location of where we would be shooting on the next day.  After the 30 minute walk up a rather steep hill we arrived at our location! - The Neushwanstein Castle. Unfortunately we weren't allowed to shoot inside of the castle so we decided to go on the tour to have a look inside. t's exterior was beautiful and the interior even more beautiful!  - the king even had his own artifical cave in his castle! 

 

 Different shots of the castle from different areas, 

Different shots of the castle from different areas, 

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The next morning we arrived at the village, this time got the horses up the hill to save our legs! Did a few shots with our model Salleh Sparrow and Chilli Chapel around the castle, then headed over to the bridge in the mountains.  You can see the bridge in the first photo I posted of the castle - it's that small looking thing to the left of the castle!  

We arrived at the super high, icy bridge and did some photos up there. Think that was the first time I'd actually felt the cold in Germany the whole time we where there! Yes England was colder even with all that snow! But no one was as cold as our brave models Salleh and Chilli, in their skimpy outfits! 

Stunning dresses by MJY fashion designs

Here are some behind the scenes that i took of our journey and time on the bridge.... 

 On our way up

On our way up

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 Don't look down!

Don't look down!

  super icy bridge  !

super icy bridge !

  Spectacular view of the castle from the bridge  

Spectacular view of the castle from the bridge 

We got some brilliant images in 2 days, here are some of my favourites!

Photos by the awesome John Clarke and Salleh Sparrow

Wigs by chilli chapel

 Photo by Salleh Sparrow

Photo by Salleh Sparrow

Photo by John Clarke

 Photo by John Clarke

Photo by John Clarke

 Photo by John Clarke

Photo by John Clarke

 Photo by John Clarke

Photo by John Clarke