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Sunday, 10 May 2015

Springtime Shibari

It's Sinful Sunday time!

This is inspired by May's prompt of No Humans

Springtime Shibari

As a late addition, here's the colour version - I was tortured all week over which one to choose, or whether to show both - Molly's comment below made me think, ach, pop it up!

Springtime Shibari 2

As always, click on those lips to see who else is being sinful...

Sinful Sunday

17 comments:

  1. I adore the textures in this shot. Absolutely beautiful... x

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    1. Thank you so much! - I wished I hasn't missed the cherry blossom - I feel that would have been more apt than the apple. x x

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    1. Thank you - it was meant for last week's Sinful Sunday but it didn't feel ready then somehow... does that sound odd? I guess I had to let it simmer for a bit :D
      x x

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  3. Lovely image, the contrast of the knot and the soft blossom is beautiful. I am curious as to why you picked the black and white, I am craving to see the colour version or want the rope lost within the colours maybe?

    Mollyxxx

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    1. Yes, Molly I know!! I've been changing my mind all week about this one - see the addition above - if a lady is craving... :D
      Thanks for commenting x x x

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  4. your work is *always* so genius!!!

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  5. I think I prefer the greyscale one as it shows the textures nicely.

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    1. I think I agree - I sway back and forward but it is the black and white that pulls me more... I think!
      Thanks for your comment x x x

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  6. Oh this is beautiful! A sexy, scented garden! Lovely!!!
    Xxx - K

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  7. This is simply lovely - I particularly like the colour version.

    xx Dee

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  8. I love the color version. The knot work looks like part of the flower.

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  9. I think I prefer the color version of this image. I like the black and white version, but the colors are very vivid and help to bring out the various textures. Well done!

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  10. I love the subtlety of the black and white. The intricate knot almost seems part of the flowers. But then I scroll down to the color and I love that one too!

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  11. Wow, this is so beautiful, I really enjoy seeing this in color more!

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