Last year, I had the distinct pleasure of attending Eroticon in London. I first spent a week with my gorgeous and generous friend Exposing40, and as Eroticon neared, the beautiful and effervescent Tabitha Rayne arrived to stay as well. We spent our days at Eroticon where we learned so much and met so many amazing … [Read more…]
From the archives, but never used. I am so happy that I decided to do February Photo Fest! I wasn’t sure I could do it, but I did and it feels so good. It was also great to go back and look at all the photos I’ve taken over the years. It’s been inspiring, as … [Read more…]
A different take on “You Don’t Hold a Candle”
Another from before I cut my hair.
This is an out-take from one of my favorite Sinful Sunday photos – Juniper.
I’m pretty sure I was in the process of setting up the camera or something like that in this photo. Usually I’m propping it against something precarious, or I was trying to set the timer, who knows. But in scrolling back through, I like it.
This photo was taken at the same time as Monday’s photo and this photo. My hair being pulled is one of my favorite things (another reason to grow it back out…). It makes me feel anchored to the moment and to the person I’m with. (Cupping your hand around the back of my neck has … [Read more…]
I don’t know for sure which photo shoot this was from, but if you are familiar with my blog, you know that me rolling around in a duvet is a heavy theme. 🙂 I like this photo because I injured my big toe over a year ago and it is still healing so I haven’t … [Read more…]
Because of February Photo Fest, I’m scheduling several of these at once, using my computer, rather than my phone, which is my usual method for creating posts. On my phone, I generally use the Snapseed app to edit photos. There are a lot of options. On my computer, I’m limited to the built-in photo editor, … [Read more…]
I took this to illustrate a story, set during the State Fair, that I never finished writing. Maybe someday. The original Sinful Sunday was a close-up, probably because I was nervous about the full-body shot. (Definitely a theme for my February Photo Fest pics). I may finish the story someday, we’ll see.