Welcome to the Sinful Sunday Weekly Round-up.
It has been a long time since we have had a competition on this site and so when Sheets of San Francisco wanted to do one as part of sponsoring Sinful Sunday I was delighted because not only would it be wonderful to offer such a unique prize but I also would get to work with and promote a great company who make an excellent product. So before we get to the round-up I really want to just give them a massive shout-out for their support with this project.
Now I am sure you are all aware of what the prompt was for this month and the prize being offered to one lucky blogger. If not then go and check out Sunday’s post where you can see that, and all the other entries.
Top 5 Pics of the Week
The detail in this image is absolutely phenomenal. I love the way the trails of water seems to frame her nipple and how the water is cascading of the underside of her breast creating a mist around her. The whole thing is just perfection.
I am a huge fan of Maria’s spooky, creepy images and this one is no exception. The look in her eye is absolutely chilling. It reminds me of a poster for a movie or an album cover. It is truly a piece of artwork.
I find something incredibly raw and sexy about this one. It inspired a visceral reaction in me that kept me on the page devouring this image: Her open mouth, the angle of the shot, the line of fluid dissecting the image, it just works.
The use of selective colour in this image is inspired. It really does make the trail of golden honey pop from the image to the extent that you then have to spend a moment or two working out what that honey is trailing over. I also love the way the honey is magnifying the parts of Bee’s skin that it is running over. This image is a visual delight.
Here we are at the final image in this weeks round-up and I have saved this one till last as it is the winner of the amazing prize offered by Sheets of San Francisco. I love the way the ultraviolet fluids pick out the shape and form of her body almost lifting it out of the bluey darkness with its bright tendrils and I really can’t wait to see this image printed out on one of Sheets of San Fransisco’s products because I think it is going to look amazing.