Sinful Sunday Weekly Round-up 344
The new prompt for December is out and you have just over 2 weeks to work on your images
This weeks guest is Sweeten Dirty and it is her first appearance here on the round-up but definitely not her first appearance on Sinful Sunday having been joining in for a long time now. You can find her on her blog SweeteN Dirty and on Twitter @Sweeten_Dirty
Sweeten Dirty’s Top 5 Pics of the Week
I have been blogging for almost ten years, and have been a part of Sinful Sunday for about half of that time. I am always in amazement at all of the wonderful images that get submitted. I figured it would be difficult to choose only five (as many others have said), but I didn’t realize how difficult until I actually got to work on it. There were so many amazing images that called out to me. That said, I had a lot of fun choosing this week.
I loved this image because it said a lot to me. I love the ice and the frosted glass. Temperature play has been a bit of a fantasy of mine. It gives me all kinds of fun ideas, and tempts me to put a few of my glass toys in the freezer. I can relate to it, in trying to get the best product review picture.
This image stood out to me because I love how risky it is. It looks busy outside, but on closer examination, you realize that there are no people out and about. The shapes and contours are beautiful, and I love the way her hair is flowing down, She has a lovely view, but so do we (and anyone else that might look in from the window).
At first glance, I thought she was standing at an odd angle. Once I scrolled all the way down, I realized that she was laying on a window seat. She looks peaceful and relaxed in the sun, almost like a cat in a way.
This one stood out to me for several different reasons. I love the colors of the negative space. The orange and red really make it glow. At first glance, I kind of thought I saw a jack ‘o lantern, as the arms curved in such a way to show eyes, and the colors looked like a lit up pumpkin. It is a gorgeous image.
Since I started blogging, black and white images have definitely grown on me. I never knew how to appreciate them until now. This image says a lot, and the words fit it perfectly. It looks like she is waiting for someone, but she looks very relaxed in doing so. The way the angle is, it was hard to tell if she was under the sheets, or on top of them.