Oh what a fabulous idea the blue prompt was. Exposing 40 even left a comment on my post saying how much she loved looking at the Sinful Sunday page this week because all the little icons made this beautiful calming sea of blue and she is absolutely right. It is a very pretty sight indeed. I think in the future we shall add colours to the reoccurring prompts alongside letter of the alphabet.
Before I launch into my top 5 pics though I just wanted to give you a little teaser that the next prompt which will be out next week has a very exciting element to it. I am not going to say what just yet, but you best keep your eyes open to find out what it is.
Molly’s Top 5 of the Week
I find this image utterly mesmerizing. The colours are amazing and remind me of the sea, in fact she looks like some sort of water nymph. That green eye looking out from beneath her hair is intoxicating and she looks wild and dangerous and I find that very sexy.
What I absolutely love about this shot, which is exceptional, is the way she looks so completely at home standing there. There is nothing in her stance that implies she is uncomfortable or nervous but instead she looks like she is perfectly at home naked in this spot as if she stands here often and watches the darkness envelop her world like some sort of fairy or Goddess.
I love the way the sunlight is catching the purple wall and creating a blue arch of light that leads the eye into his hand grasping his cock. There is something about his stance too, a strength and boldness to it that I find incredibly sexy.
Clearly this image is not Shalla but her friend TinMan who wanted to participate and for one am delighted he did because this image is just fabulous. I love the futuristic, sci-fi feel to it and the view down his body is tantalizing. I find the dip of his shoulder behind his collar bone so very erotic, I want to reach down into the image and trail my fingers along that line and into that dip.
This is absolutely my favourite image this week. It looks like a water colour painting. The colours are beautiful. She has controlled the light perfectly retaining detail throughout the image even in the dark shadow created by her body we can still make out the texture of the sand.The only one piece of tiny technical advice I would have for her is to straighten the horizon but it really is the most minor distraction to this glorious image of her in which she looks like mermaid that has been stranded on the shore by a receding tide. Absolutely brilliantly photography!