5th December 2013
Despite it being a busy time of year for many people we still had an amazing number of entries to the this competition and as per usual the standard of those entries meant judging them and deciding on just 6 to pick as winners was a very tricky task but with the help of Ruby Goodnight and The Mrs Goodnight as our co-judges we got there, and here for your delight are our selections.
In 6th Place – John D Stories
All the judges felt this was a well staged shot and a brave song to attempt. As John explains in his post it is uniquely British song that has a uniquely British take on Christmas but we all felt that John really made this one work. It is a funny and yet slightly warped, negative view on Christmas but then it can’t be sleigh bells and mistletoe all the time you know.
In 5th Place –Beck and her Kinks
Again this one is a slightly different take on Christmas but then that is kind of what Sinful Sunday is all about. I love that this image suggests so much more than it actually shows and the use of the red colour splash really bring out the Christmas theme to the image. Oh and check out that cat in the background. For a moment I thought I was a stuffed toy but on longer and closer examination I am fairly sure it is a real one. I have no idea if this a case of cat bombing or is Becks spent hours trying to get it to co-operate but either way it just makes this shot seem like we, and the cat, are witnessing a this moment.
In 4th Place – His Vixey
I will admit now that this was one of my absolute favourite entries. I loved how the simplicity of the shot seems to highlight that wickedness of the image. On the top she looks so innocent, almost angelic, studying her bible and then you scroll down and the real truth of the matter is revealed!
In 3rd Place – Happy Come Lucky
The symmetry of the wings framing her beautiful bottom combined with the tattoo that seems to be guiding the eye downwards is just perfect and if that is not enough for you, the discarded items on the bed really give her away as being a somewhat ‘fallen’ angel. I am sure this angel sings but I suspect her song is not very angelic.
In 2nd Place – Kink, etc…
All the judges loved this series of images from Lori. This rope tree took Lori 10 hours to weave but what really secured her 2nd place spot was using that skill and creating this beautiful shot. There is something so very vulnerable about the way she looks in this image, the lighting is perfect and helps to create a slightly dreamlike almost fairytale feel to the image.
Here we are, with our fabulous winner who will be the lucky recipient of the brilliant iGino vibrator. All the judges felt this image truly encapsulated the theme of the competition, taking a traditional Christmas look and adding a very naughty dollop of sin. The way the train just looks like it is appearing out of ‘the tunnel’ is just perfect and the lights and pine cones seem to be part of some festive toy shop window, just this is not a toy shop for kids. Playful, fun, creative and down right sinful, just the way we like it round here.
If you are featured on the list above then you will need to email me; firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know where to send your prize and so I can send you your winners badge to display on your blog if you so wish.
Please please do click on the links and go and see them all, they really are an outstanding collection as is the full list of entries that you can find on Sinful Sunday Week 138
Also a big shout out to my amazing prize sponsors; iGino, SexToysUK, AngelsSexToys, That Position, A Touch of Glass and Tie and Tease. Please do go and check out their sites, without their support and generous donations there would be no prizes for these competitions.
And finally a big thank you to my guest judges, Domsigns and the lovely Ruby Goodnight and The Mrs Goodnight who gave up their time to look through all the amazing posts (I know, it’s a tough job but someone has to do it) and then gave up even more of their time to sit around and discuss them all so that we could come up with a list that we felt confidently reflected what we believed to be the best of the best.