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Window Dressing

If you’re someone who regularly sends me nudes then it is almost inevitable that I have, at some point, sent one back to you slightly edited. I can’t help myself; I can’t bear clutter in photos and if there’s anything in the frame that distracts me from the main attraction, I want it gone!

I’ll also sometimes just see an image that’s itching to get out of the original. That happened last week. I had a series of photos appear from American Chap, shot in the window of the hotel where he was staying. They were glorious and hot in their own right – I love how his legs create a frame within the frame and lead your eye to his cock. But almost immediately I saw the potential of a moodier image, one where the drama of the sky was accentuated.

Luckily he’s a laidback and accommodating sort who doesn’t mind at all when I start tinkering with a shot. And, like most men I am attracted to something of an exhibitionist so more than happy for me to share my efforts here.

As I was editing this I remembered a photo I shared here for him a few years back, one of his wife in a hotel window. I love how the photos echo each other. I’m happy that all these years on I’m still receiving a sequence of ones and zeros from him.

Sinful Sunday


  1. Gemma Jones

    You have created such a dark mood with this image. I agree, the way his legs frame the shot is perfect.

  2. Bee

    This is a cracking image, I love the dark moodiness of it and yet his smile oozes happiness through the image too.

  3. Modesty Ablaze

    Oh yes … such a lovely photo … dramatic and sexy all in one!!!
    Xxx – K

  4. Sexilicious Ash

    Ooooh, I love the moodiness of this photo. Wonderful editing.

  5. Molly

    So it is not just me then who does this to photos people send me? I am rather delighted to hear that to be honest. Like you I get the itch… I can ‘see’ what it could be and I just can’t leave it alone. Yes I am talking about images but now I think about it….. *grins


  6. Mary Wood

    There is some kind of disharmony in the relaxed look of this guy and the drama of the sky.

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