What a week it’s been! Vacation hangover, busy career stuff, lovely, fun, difficult relationship shit. Definitely proves I’m alive, I can tell you that much. Oopha.
This week you ladies did a great job with the prompt and I can’t wait to see what you do next week. Seriously. I’m giving you a tough, but easy one. Next week’s theme is WATER.
And I know I sound like a goddamned broken record, but you women astound me. Every week you step outside yourselves and share it with me, with all of us. You are brave and beautiful and bold and I am awed by each and every one of you. I feel so blessed and honored.
Love you guys. Thanks for sticking around despite the fact that I’ve been so MIA.
an attached pic
a sentence about why you chose this particular photo
if you want to be anonymous or not
a hyperlink or URL to your Twitter handle (if you have one)
a hyperlink or URL to your blog post (if you have one and post, it must have my Boobday banner and a link back to me and only posted on Friday)
- make sure your phone and/or camera does not keep your location information!
Emails sent to me with all of this info plus the theme will be given preferential treatment. I will not look up links.
My MIRROR tits:
Sexy times in the hallway.
NOT my MIRROR tits:
I use a mirror to take almost every Boobday picture; I usually edit that part out.
It was difficult to find a shot I was happy with, but I like the glow of light on my chest and the fact there are more than 2 boobs in the picture.
I don’t usually like soft focus, but I love how the reflection of my love’s breast almost replaces her actual breast. Then there’s her hair of course. 🙂
When I saw this weeks prompt I knew I had to join in as I love mirror self portraits. I was trying to get the outline of my boobs against the red of the blanket on our bed when I noticed the way the beveled edge of the mirror was creating a double image so I moved in a bit closer and managed to get a few images that I was really pleased with. This is just one of them, the others will, I am sure, appear on my blog at some point in the future.
I thought I’d do a practice run of a henna design I’d like to try, so I used a watercolor pencil. The photo is of me reviewing my work.
This pic was originally of my tuxedo buddy… the mirror was not even a thought… turned out nicely for both of us.