Sinful Sunday Weekly Round-up 341

It's all about the image

Sinful Sunday Weekly Round-up 341

black and white of womans legs

Just a reminder that the prompt for November is out and you have just over a week until it is time to share your images.

This weeks guest on Sinful Sunday is Violet from Fire and Honey and I want to give her a very special thank you as she stepped in to help with the round-up at the last moment when the person scheduled to do it had to drop out.

Violet’s Top 5 Pics of the Week

When Molly asked me if I would step in this week to do the Round-up I was very excited. I went back and looked at the Guest archives and it’s been just over two years since the last time I had the opportunity – my how we have grown. Every week we see fun, sexy, imaginative and emotional posts on this meme and this week is no exception. Everyone says it, because it’s true: it’s hard to choose just five! I’m so happy and proud to be a part of the #sinfulsunday community and it’s an honour to share my Top 5 Picks for this week.

Teacher’s Have Sex

Woman crouching down in tree in black and white

I love how wild spirited this picture is, how Halloween-y and how gritty. I imagine Jo foraging for magical herbs and mushrooms, concocting dark erotic spells to cast on lovers and foes alike.

Happy Come Lucky

black and white of womans legs


I’m infamous for saying “Oh, but I’m not much of a voyeur …” but images like this one remind me that I, in fact, am. How could one resist this subtle invitation?

The Life of Elliot

Man with erect penis holding male masturbator over it

I love this shot. I love that it’s about the moment before the experience. I also find these kind of toys fascinating because the hole is so tiny and penises generally are not … Elliott’s gorgeous member notwithstanding.

Maria Open’s Up

Fake eye lashes on womans breast in black and white

A very clever and eye catching capture, this shot does spark a surrealist note, but my first thought was young Liza Minelli in Cabaret (1972) – fun, flirty, dark and theatrical.

Midnight at the Oasis

Mermaid flowing hair in blue tones

As lovely and fun as that tentacle toy looks, I can’t stop looking at the dreamy movement evoked by Indigo’s hair and the peek of lace we see in the first photo, reminiscent of waves, and of the foamy surf. The poem she has referenced has a rhythm and cadence that rocks like the sea. All together, such a strong post!



One Response

  1. Indigo Byrd says:

    Woohoo! I’m excited – made the list! And in such distinguished company too…Thank you Violet and of course, Molly!
    Indigo xxx

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