This is from one of my favorite photo shoots ever. I used a version of this, but as a gif, in The Pen, and The Ink is a still photo with more writing. This would be a fun one to take further, with a partner, there could be writing in more places than I can … [Read more…]
This one was part of my Window Seat photo shoot from 2015. Again, I’m sure I thought my belly was just too much to display, so I picked a photo that showed me only from the back. Or, maybe I was just feeling vulnerable on that day and chose a “safer” photo. It’s amazing how … [Read more…]
This was taken on the same day as this one, on the inadequacy of gym towels.
This is a different version of one of the photos from one of my all-time favorite posts, Pearls, Mirror, Lipstick. Happy Valentine’s Day everyone!
This is a discarded version of The Window. I’m pretty sure I cropped the original to make sure you couldn’t see my belly. But looking back through, I like it OK. It makes the photo more interesting, I think.
Here’s another one that I don’t think I’ve used before. I *think* it was originally taken for someone I was flirting with over text. But I may have liked it so much that I did use it in a Sinful Sunday and forgot what it was called. This exercise has made me realize the importance … [Read more…]
Something else with my tinsel curtain and the winter sun.
This is a different take on the photo: Winter has Arrived. The original is one of my favorite Sinful Sundays ever, but I like this version too. And, in case anyone was wondering, winter is still here. Dammit.
I don’t think I’ve used this photo before (apologies if I have). However, it’s a favorite of mine. No nudity, but I’m sure I remember thinking, as he took the photo, “You’ll want to remember this feeling, Maria. On an adventure and just been fucked, you’ll definitely want to remember this.” And I was right. … [Read more…]
This is a different shot from the Pencil Skirt photo shoot. I loved the original photo, but this version shows off my shoes, which I also love, a little bit better (thus the title). I think the black and white, and including the window, gives it a different feel.