What a strange time we are living in. Right about now many of us would have just laughed and cried and squirmed our way through the Sunday lunchtime readings at Eroticon. What a difficult decision our wonderful Molly had to make on Thursday but it was absolutely the right one and I hope she knows how much love and support there is out there for her.
It’s been an unusual weekend – there’s been moments of pure joy spent with people who travelled to London anyway but those moments have been tinged with strangeness and sadness. I look forward to when we can all get together in our big group again and pucker up for some delicious kisses. Until then we have our nudes and our words.
Well, food week is behind us and so to a week of images inspired by album covers. Some will be a little arty, some sexy, some just, well, words escape me…
First up I bring you Kateroo and George in a homage to My Pussy Belongs to Daddy.
Second photo for my food euphemisms week on February Photo Fest. Not much more to say about this photo, but if you didn’t see the first post do check it out and check your melons too!
Well, I enjoyed my Sound of Music week, but now it’s time for something new.
This week’s theme is inspired by an exhibition at the Photographer’s Gallery called Feast for the Eyes – The Story of Food in Photography. I went along to a private view with @19syllables. Being a private view there was wine – bad/good for our easily ignited silliness factor! – and by the end we had brainstormed a whole list of food-based euphemisms for body parts and thus this week’s theme was born! Strap in folks, it’s going to be silly. But also sexy!
On a more serious note, a few years back a breast cancer awareness campaign in Canada stickered melons in supermarkets and encouraged shoppers to check their melons. Have you checked yours recently? If not do it right now! And if you need any help with technique check out this great video post from Tabitha Rayne.
For day four of The Sound of Music week, we have Honey and her warm woollen mittens. I was trying to think of something funny or filthy to say about this photo but I’m pretty sure none of you are still reading the words…
As anyone who saw my first post will know, my February Photo Fest theme this week is The Sound of Music’s, My Favourite Things. So here we have the schnitzel with noodles. Or should I say Syllables with noodles?
Earlier this week I had my hair cut and highlighted. When it’s just been done it looks particularly sharp and swishy. Focused and Filthy suggested I should make my hair the feature of this weekend’s Sinful Sunday, specifically black and white and with dramatic lighting. I think I met the brief. The only problem was I couldn’t decide between these two photos! Which do you prefer?
This was a hastily snapped photo to share my lazy happy Saturday morning with a partner. But I like how it came out so I’m sharing it with the wider world.