For the March Sinful Sunday prompt of double exposure. This is actually just two photos. I thought the overlapping shadows looked like a keyhole. Click the kiss for so much more!
For the February prompt week, tangled up in white – on white. These curtains have been pretty useful in many of my sinful Sundays over the years. Freshly washed and tangled up, they gave me a little inspiration. Click the kiss for so much more!
For the monthly prompt of the letter F, a sweet little piece of frippery in the form of my tiny bow. Inspired by @19syllables #lingeanuary. I don’t own much in the way of matching bras and panty sets – most of my pretty lingerie is meant to be worn only briefly as I’m obsessed with … [Read more…]
Here’s my first attempt at bokeh. It was really fun trying to figure this out. I used double exposures in the Snapseed app and I think it worked pretty well. Click the kiss for so much more!
Honestly, when I first saw the prompt, all I could think was “I am tired.” Tired physically, as it’s a busy few months, but tired emotionally too. I had a conversation with my parents about the recent supreme court situation that left me upset and disappointed and sad for days. And that’s just one tiny … [Read more…]
My favorite style of suit. Click the kiss for so much more!
In an effort to complain about the weather less often, I’m celebrating a summer annoyance: that hot spring of sweat that forms and cascades under my breasts and down my belly. Click the kiss for so much more!
I loved Molly’s prompt for May! The spin the wheel feature was so much fun! I vowed that I would go with whatever words I got on the first spin. As is probably obvious, my words were TRIPTYCH and BLUE. I’ve done a few blue photos before, I’m lucky enough to have a bedroom painted … [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”