Sinful Sunday Weekly Round-up 340
The prompt for November is out now and you have just over 2 weeks work on your images
Tabitha’s Top 5 Pics of the Week
This week’s photography was so wonderful to look through. I was moved by each one and it took a long time to choose five. There were some reflective posts, some gorgeous posts celebrating friendships and others celebrating a year of blogging.
The point is, Sinful Sunday is where we get to share these things. It is our safe place where we can explore so much about ourselves and each other. I’m so delighted by how many people take part each week. Something always makes me giggle, something always makes me cry and I’m always in awe and inspired by the intensely personal images. I hope I’ve managed to share my joy of these similarities and differences with my choices.
From the first chaste photo I posted over 3 years ago, I can honestly say, I’ve grown by being part of this welcoming community. I ? Sinful Sunday
As soon as I experienced this post I knew it would be in my top five. I say experience, because that’s what it is for me. The image is beautiful and the words are stunning. I’ve read them four or five times and have sobbed every time.
Poignant, poetic, moving.
“But I suspect in years to come we will find ourselves one day bathed in autumn sun; the rain forgotten, the pains and woes suspended for a time, and we will gather bread, and cheese, and wine, and together we will open up a love matured and ripe, and take a bite of happiness.
Some things are best enjoyed out of season.”
*wipes a tear*
Oh my god, the intensity in this photograph is incredible. The backdrop is lush, the composition perfect and the colours bring an eerie quality. The chemistry between the couple consumes the whole scene. I Fucking love this photo. Brilliant.
I chose this purely because it is aesthetically gorgeous. I would have this as a piece of art on my wall. The patterns, the lines all have a classic vintage feel to them. So beautiful.
Ok, so, this photo is something special indeed. I can close my eyes and I’m there, in that forest. I can hear the intense silence cracked open by bird calls ricochetting through the trees. That hazy vibrating intensity of sunlight striking through the canopy has been stunningly captured here. It is so cinematic and incredible. I could write a novel starting with this scene.
So I just love this post. Who hasn’t put one of those tiny hats on a willing willie? Or at the very least, thought about it! I also like how AM doesn’t just have a giggle taking photos, he also brings awareness to the Innocent campaign to combat loneliness. And bravo to that. My poor gran gets lonely and it breaks my heart that she has no one to hold her close at night. Fab, fun, thoughtful image.