We had a lot of fun participating our first February Photo Fest! It was especially fun to see all the creative ideas from the other bloggers. Sir really enjoyed sharing the whole process with me, from coming up with ideas to the final edit and everything in between. It was a great way for us to connect in a new way and develop another shared hobby. Now we just need to get a real camera!
Brushstrokes: My Controlled Ascent
I love the texture created by the brushstrokes. It adds depth to what would otherwise be a smooth surface. My eye is drawn to her perfectly silhouetted nipple, down the shadowed curve of her breast, to the stipples her soft hairs create in the paint on her ribcage. It’s beautiful and simple.
Full Moon on Snowy Landscape: The Lexy Experiment
This photo looks like an oil painting! It’s such a serene late night scene and it leaves me wondering what is happening outside the frame. Is she waiting for someone? Has the action already taken place and she’s enjoying a quiet moment while she reminisces on the experience?
Pure Morning: Purple’s Gem
This photo is romantic, the way PS caught gem in such a still and peaceful moment makes me feel like a fly on their wall. It’s just so real and easy. The dark black shadows and the bright highlights contrast perfectly to showcase the shape of her body.
Served: Focused and Filthy
The symmetry and simplicity of this photo are absolutely stunning, and I feel ready to devour her. Her body is so graceful, but at the same time inhuman because her upper half is not visible. She becomes more like an object, like a doll.
Blue Moon: Molly’s Daily Kiss
This image is quiet and electric at the same time. You can almost hear the soft scrape of her hands across the sheets, and you can feel the buzzing of anticipation. All of the lines are so horizontal and straight, drawing my eye to the contrasting shape of her ass.
Courage: Annie Savoy
This image has a lot that I am drawn to, it has a dark, scary undertone, and it is visually simple and uncluttered! To me, the carpet looks like a cityscape at night, and Annie looks like a giant monster looming over the streets. It’s sexy and scary and tells a story all at the same time.
This Side: Kayla Lords
This photo is like a landscape at sunset, a peaceful scene from the South Western US with sun bleached desert caverns and cliff sides. She embodies a soft femininity, and the cropping of the image makes it so ambiguous and mysterious.