While shooting here, something terrifying happened. A large black SUV pulled in while Jennie and Kayla were undressed and in the shed. My heart stopped. Here I am in the middle of nowhere with two people that I convinced to travel a long away to adventure with me, only to disappoint them. To give the girls some time to get dressed before they had to face another disgruntled owner (or the Police), I walked out of the shed and approached the vehicle, making sure my camera was visible.
Inside the SUV there was an older couple, most likely the owners of the property before it was abandoned.
I cleared my throat nervously and asked them if they needed directions, and made a comment about how the beautiful the property was. I knew they had seen the girls nude, and they had to have knownwe had been inside the home.
I was ultimately convinced that I was about to have to return to court for trespassing, and on the verge of a panic attack...when something insane happened. The husband told me that they just wanted to make sure that we weren't vandals, and to carry on. My jaw dropped. This was hands down the best experience that I have ever had when getting caught trespassing. They smiled, waved, drove off and left us alone. We couldn't have asked for it to have gone better. Usually the best scenario is one where you are told to leave, and you comply.
Not wanting to press our luck, the girls got dressed and we went on to another location...another abandoned building.
This next one wasn't a home. It was an old summer camp school building, complete with school desks, pamphlets, and of course tons of raincoats.