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“No one would ever know what I had to go through to get there,” says Melissa of the ice cliff photo shown above. Though it looks like she was simply dropped out of nowhere onto the snow, Jay put crampons on her shoes and helped her climb to that particular spot. It wasn’t, says Melissa, an easy thing to do. “That day with the combination of the cold, and how strenuous it was to do all that — and in a tutu — I was more sore after that photo shoot than when I take a dance class.”

 

 

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