ONE SLICE OR TWO? » Pho­tog­ra­pher Ro­man Neimann had been push­ing Timo Jeeger for some time to scout his home­town of Vil­jandi, Es­to­nia, for a com­pelling lo­ca­tion for a shoot. Jeeger found a small down­town court­yard, and he and Neimann headed there early one snowy morn­ing. “After we did a speed check, an old lady came to hang her laun­dry,” Neimann says. “Luck­ily we still had enough space, so Timo went for a 360 over a brick wall and I got this im­age on the first try.” Nonethe­less, Neimann had to do some pub­lic re­la­tions on the fly. “The old lady was a bit sur­prised” to find a kicker, a skier, and a pho­tog­ra­pher when she came out to do her morn­ing chores, though her dog seemed com­pletely chill with the setup. “After a lit­tle ex­pla­na­tion of what we were do­ing,” Neimann says, “she went in­side and brought us out some cake.”

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