We then headed to my place to grab ... well, props, of course. I always like to keep a few things handy for impromptu costumey things - so we started throwing jewelry, makeup, towels, masks, etc, into a bag. And then the question, "Can you do something weird with your hair." Oh, yes, yes I can.
SO with NO makeup and my faux hawk set in place we headed a few minutes into the country to an old town (Of about 3 houses, but you know it has a Post Office, so it IS still a town) to Huston. There's the old school there and even with some "No Trespassing" signs we thought it would definitely be worth the effort.
As we pull up we notice two VERY... ummmm, interesting men hanging around outside the school. We decided it would be best to see if they minded us crashing the place. The two gentlemen were obviously a bit awed by seeing me in sparking blue sequins and high, high hair. And asked if I always went out and about looking like that. I admitted it wasn't too far from the truth. And I think we each thought the other party to be, well, odd.
But we had to get to the photo taking... And it was easy. She just had me throw on some lipstick. Who new all natural could look so pretty with the right photographer! The location was gorgeous, even if possibly dangerous in places. And I had sooo much fun. Amy has posted a few of her photos, which have completely blown me away.
So here's a peek...
You can see MORE of her amazing photos HERE
And I'm looking forward to getting more from her soon.
But for now, hugs and kisses from Idaho's latest supermodel!