Now we are driving to the location. The owner will show us where we can dig a pit and set everything up for a photoshoot. A shoemaker has designed special rubber shoes for the horses, so they could walk on glass surface. This way glass won’t get scratched. The set behind me is ready for a photoshoot which should start soon. My crew has started to carry and set everything up from an early morning. It was raining, but the mud and puddles didn’t stop us. Despite getting wet, we’re almost dried out and the photoshoot can start soon. Because of thermal differences, (warmer inside than on the outside), the glass got misty and we couldn’t see clearly from underneath. It took us some time but we finally have found a solution to this problem. Everything is great, no, really, everything is great, such a variety of pictures Today we are starting our second photoshoot. We can really see the difference compared to the first one. This time it is a bit easier, everyone feels more relaxed. At least now we know what we are doing because last time we just knew that we had to get a horse on the glass and somehow take a picture of it. We were not even sure if the horse will get on the glass and so on. Are both lamps working? Super! Stop scratching the glass! It would be great if he could turn his chin a bit so we can see the face. We have to try very hard to keep the glass as clean as possible. Otherwise any dirt can affect the picture. Thank you everybody!