This is the photo that I used to create last week’s weird image for the Transmogrify prompt. From one cock to four… See who else is being sinful this Sunday by clicking the button below If you get pleasure, or have pleasured yourself, from looking at my photos and reading my blog, please consider
As it’s the first Sinful Sunday in the month, that means it’s prompt weekend. The prompt for November is transmogrify. Transmogrify is a new word to me, and it means “to change in appearance or form, especially strangely or grotesquely; transform”. See who else is being sinful this Sunday by clicking the button below
This is an image that I had forgotten about, which was taken earlier in the year during a stay at a beautiful coaching inn. Here are a couple of other images from that stay. See who else is being sinful this Sunday by clicking the button below If you get pleasure, or have pleasured yourself,
Peeping Tom was in the bushes, spying on me,while I was at one with nature, enjoying the beautiful River Tyne in Northumberland. See my other riverside nude image here See who else is being sinful this Sunday by clicking the button below If you get pleasure, or have pleasured yourself, from looking at my photos
This week, Food 4 Thought Friday wants to know about why we take sexy selfies. This was a subject that featured in one of my first blog posts in early 2015, and received a lot of interest and support. What I wrote three years ago still applies today, so I have copied the text and
This Sinful Sunday post is a bit of a mixed bag. First, I was unable to do the images that I had planned for the ‘Underneath’ prompt, due to becoming unwell on Friday. The images I have posted are from a recent trip to take Scavenger Hunt images. I decided to use these images for
What better way to spend a hot, sunny bank holiday Monday than enjoying the great outdoors, and walking naked in the forest… See more Sinful Sunday frolics by clicking the kiss Join in the Scavenger Hunt by clicking the badge
The Sinful Sunday prompt for May is ‘Wheel of Photography’. This consists of two wheels: one containing styles or technical aspects of photography, and the other containing additional elements. The participant spins each wheel to be allocated a style and an additional element, which then form the basis of an image. I got ‘minimalist’ and ‘clothed’.