David the Scavenger in the Post-Apocalyptic Burnt Countryside

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While the tragedy of the local wildfires continued into the autumn, I wanted to turn the ashes into something beautiful and planned out more ideas in my post-apocalypse inspired series. David was kind enough to be on call for nearly two months while we waited for the unexpected early snow to dry up, and we found a perfect single day window of opportunity. We made use of the aftermath of one of the Lethbridge grass fires (this one had been started by an out of control camp fire during the summer).

David put together an amazing outfit and totally fit the part. He even came prepared with weapon and tool props! It’s not often you have a conversation like this…
Subject: I brought an axe.
Photographer: Oh good, I can save the hammer and meat tenderizer for another model.

I’m loving this series and I hope to keep it going! (You can check out the first post-apocalypse photoshoot with Jenn here!)

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post apocalyptic world creative portraits

post apocalyptic world creative portraits

Fallout inspired photoshoot

post apocalyptic world creative portraits

post apocalyptic world creative portraits

post apocalypse creative portraits

post apocalyptic world creative portraits

post apocalyptic world creative portraits

post apocalyptic world creative portraits

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post apocalyptic world creative photos

post apocalyptic world creative portraits

post apocalypse creative portraits

post apocalyptic world creative portraits

post apocalypse creative portraits

post apocalyptic world creative photos

post apocalyptic world creative portraits

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