Sinful Sunday Weekly Round-up 411
And this is your very last reminder that it is prompt weekend this coming Sunday!
Innocent Loverboy’s Tops 5 Pics of the Week
Taking photographs isn’t everyone’s favourite thing to do (and it certainly isn’t mine, because my camera was stolen at a work Christmas party a few years ago…), but everyone loves a good meme. Sinful Sunday presents the sharing of pictures as a way of celebrating diversity, rather than a competitive challenge. One of the best things about it is how freely you can adapt it – what is ‘sinful’, if not what you consider it to be? – and maybe, in these trying times, that’s what we need.
For the round-up this week, I tried to find pictures that made me feel good, and I hope that the people who took these snaps felt just as good taking them as I did viewing them.
I chose this as my favourite photo the instant I saw it. I love the exoticism, the setting, and the little narrative that goes around such a shot – it’s not just a picture; it’s a piece of a story. There’s a piece of fiction to accompany it too, but it works just as well if you employ your own imagination to complete the tale!
This is a cute little tease by LSB, managing to show off plenty whilst also not showing quite enough. I loved the perfect curve of her body in this, and the colour of her panties works really well, with the way the light illuminates the whole thing.
I like both of these photos, but my favourite is the top one – I like how Krystal’s dress clings to her breasts, and accentuates the curves of her body. You can see the tattoo on her arm clearly as well, which adds a touch of relatability to it. (Oh, and by the way, I have no idea what television show she’s referring to – I just like the pictures!)
Office porn is a classic trope and something that, more often than not, turns up in softcore, my favourite genre. May presents what looks like an affectionate tribute to the setting without turning it into a cliché. Brava!
I’ve been friends with Leonora for a while now, and although she’s mostly known for her writing, she has an eye for the aesthetic with something as simple as a shot of her legs. The dichotomy of the black pattern on her tights and the colourful round pillow make for a contrast that isn’t too stark. A gentle shot that works well.