Back in October, when I modeled for a "Lady with Ermine" recreation with a ferret, we did a slightly darker outdoor setting, too, before going indoors for the actual theme intended.
Sadly I don't think there will be another picture from this series since this foto was taken only minutes after the session started and a few seconds later I had to deal with a bite mark in my nose... :'''D
So we ended the work with this particular ferret and progressed to the other set with the lighter one of the two.
So, I can claime this little guy left more of a mark on me than any other living being so far - even though it healed quite well, luckily. x)
On an unrelated note: I am always irritated by how much younger I look when I go for only a very slight photo makeup compared towards my prefered heavy dark eyeshadow and blood red lips. oO
Oh, and I really need to wear this jackett for another set, too, if possible. It is such a beautiful piece, strongy rococo inspired.
Model+MuA: Mircalla Tepez
Photographer+Edit+Idea: @skelfing.art (she is specialized in animal photography)
Thank you very much!
Indeed, the have!
And they don't do it only for harm or out of anger or fear. Sometimes, they just want to play...
Still I wished it wouldn't have aimed straigt at my nose...
Afterwards, it seemed he couldn't understand why I wouldn't pet him anymore, being busy stopping my nose from bleeding... xD
Ja, definitiv die Verkörperung der Redewendung "Jede Rose hat ihre Dornen", das Tier. x)
Ich hatte ja zuerst Sorge, ich hätte ihm weh getan und deswegen sei die Situation etwas eskalliert. Nachdem das Tierchen dann von meiner Nase entfernt war, waren Fotographin und Handling-Hilfe aber wieder recht entspannt... Frettchen sind wohl einfach so und beißen ist auch mal einfach gleichbedeutend mit Spieldrang...^^°
Aber warum musste es ausgerechnet die Nase sein?! xD