Thursday, September 12, 2013

Sick Irene

  • Irene crapped out on WL while at the market today. The tow guy seem to think it's the starter. As it was being driven away, I remarked at her being manhandled in this manner.... WL reminded me that she is one tough old broad.
  • Monday, September 09, 2013

    Monday Dog

  • It only reached into the mid 80's today so we were able to get out a bit more and enjoy the patch of grass. Of course the reduced exterior heat did not encroach on nap time.
  • Martina's Big Red Crane

  • Fab camera woman Simone just returned from Bangladesh where she was working on a project with Martina. I love the sight of MR swinging around on a big red crane. It's almost as theatrical as the scene their shooting!
  • I Couldn't Agree More

  • A new billboard by our local Super A gives us words to live by.  

  • Wednesday, September 04, 2013

    Saying Goodbye

  • A few last snaps before leaving New Zealand today. A magical countryside and fantastic country.
  • Peter's House

  • Our producer's brother let us shoot in his fantastic restored country cottage. The Aston Martin amazed us on the scout and he had a few other gems hidden in his garages.
  • Tuesday, September 03, 2013

    The Last Queenstown Sunset

  • The snow level came down low last night and we got a few flakes. But mostly it was cold rain during the morning.  Around lunch time the clouds began to part and I was able to get some good shots driving home from our location tonight.  Tomorrow it's back to Los Angeles.
  • Approaching Storm

  • The sun spectacularly tried to stay out yesterday but a cold front coming through Queenstown is promising snow showers today.
  • Monday, September 02, 2013

    Queenstown Hill

  • What most countries would call a mountain, New Zealand calls a hill.  We were all over Queenstown Hill today with motorbikes on dirt paths, girls running through soaking bogs and a lunch including lamb and rhubarb crumble overlooking the grand lake. Breath taking.
  • Sunday, September 01, 2013

    Morning in Kinloch

  • We drove 75 minutes outside of Queenstown this morning to the tiny hamlet of Kinloch to capture a few scenes at sunrise.  We then went to an amazing fern forest and created rain and sun for several other shots.