Sinful Sunday Weekly Round-up 342
Welcome to the weekly round-up. Here is my usual reminder that THIS Sunday (5th November) will be the prompt weekend. You can find out what the theme is on this post.
Now it is time to welcome this weeks guest who is returning for a second time to the round-up, she is the creator of Horatio Slice and you will know her as Oleander Plume. Thank you to her for this weeks fabulous round-up. You can find her on her own blog Poison Pen Dirty Mind and on Twitter @OleanderPlume
Oleander’s Top 5 Pics of the Week
A great photo is more than just an aesthetically pleasing image. A great photo tells a story. While each Sinful Sunday entry was a feast for the eyes, I decided to choose the five that inspired me the most as a writer. I found one of these to be particularly inspiring, but more on that later. Let’s get to the round-up, shall we?
In random order:
How delicious is this? Curves, curves, and more curves, yet there’s more here. Is she leading or following? Who is watching her climb those stairs, and what are they thinking?
I love contrast, and this shot delivers. Smooth skin against rough wood, this image makes me wonder about the tactile sensations the subject is experiencing. (Really hope there weren’t splinters, btw!)
Is he going out? Is he greeting someone at the door? To me, this shot looks like a still frame from a gritty 70’s film about a detective or a retired cop. So many stories…
Okay, how in the heck did she capture this shot? It really looks like Tabitha is underwater. This image invokes visions of mermaids and mermen frolicking in the frothy waves…
This captures so much vulnerability. And so much strength. I must mention the hat, because it adds a playful component to the image overall.
What a great line-up! Thanks to everyone who participated this week and made my job very, very difficult. Oh, I almost forgot my earlier tease. So, which photo inspired my story? You’ll just have to click the link to find out; Inspired