Sixty-eight beautiful shots in three hours. Cast and crew (two actors, one puppeteer, one grip and me) hiked thirty minutes in up hill then another thirty flat and down to reach our four locations. The part I loved the most wasn't the absence of rain or snow or 20 degree weather (though all those things were blessings) but rather the way the team is really gelling. Everyone is starting to offer ideas for shots; everyone understands the need to hustle to use our light; everyone tries to help with the continuity of props and costumes. It's only episode three but we're really getting our sea legs. It's a nice feeling. Better than nice actually; it's a dream come true.