Sinful Sunday Weekly Round-up 465
The prompt for April is out now…. and hopefully it will get your creative juices and other juices flowing.
This week I am delighted to welcome Jerusalem Mortimer to the round-up. You can find him on his blog Jerusalem Mortimer and on Twitter @JaimeMortimer
Jerusalem’s Top 5 Pics of the Week
It’s always an honour to judge one of Molly’s Amazing Sinful Sunday collections.
People really work hard on these, getting the picture, using their frames and filters to give it its special quality and – often – writing something thoughtful about the idea and image they were communicating.
Judging is hard work, because the standard is always high, and selecting just five images, beautiful, sexy, sometimes abstract and sometime even a little confronting is always incredibly difficult.
But for this round, Sinful Sunday Week 465, these were the five that stood out for me.
Here’s a spectral self-portrait from Elliott:Chosen for its subtle phasing, from shades of grey to not there at all, this is a wonderfully moody, ghostly image…
Dual images from Floss Does Life: In these images the body emerges from its protective cover of soap bubbles, into a harder-edge reality. The body cool, and the tattoos ablaze! Two beautiful images of clean, erotic life.
A burst of floral colour from Focussed and Filthy: In which Missy’s admirable legs become part of a colourful floral arrangement, pink, purple and flesh. A beautiful, lively image achieved with a little help from photoshop. A cheerful, cheering celebration!
A nicely obsessive image captured by Queer and Confused: A lover in possession, with eyes that mean it. And the lover possessed.
This image communicates the force of need between humans, with raw power. And an apt haiku, written for the pic!
Wonderfully rich colours from WeConnect: The pink of a female body together with the richer, deeper pink of the top make this image glow. A very vibrant image.
It’s no surprise that after taking this image, the photographer dropped his camera.
They’re all gorgeous images!
Thank you, Jaime, for liking and selecting my photo.