Austria's most photographed ski resort produces gold even in areas less traveled by the hoards of film crews that descend on it each season. The real magic of this location *that shall remain nameless* is the way the light is positioned to just graze the snow but not fry the snow. You'll need to have a clean sensor because you'll be doing a lot of backlight shooting, something that I seek wherever I my camera takes me. Eric Jackson made something great happen on a day that our primary objectives were spoken for and we were forced out of our comfort zone. I'm not alone when I speak of the luck I've had in this kind of environment, if only it wasn't so uncomfortable being there. Results always make it worth it.