February is galloping along and the first weekend in March is only just over two weeks away so make sure you check out the prompt!

But before we get there it is round up time again and this week it is lovely to welcome Wriggly Kitty to this space. You can find her on her own blog Wriggly Kitty and on Twitter @wriggly_kitty

Wriggly Kitty’s Top 5 Pics of the Week

I love the diversity of words and images in Sinful Sunday and really struggled in my selection. I mean, how on earth was I supposed to choose just five from 47 entries (excluding mine)? Eventually, I did manage to whittle it down, and in order of them being submitted:

Fire and Honey

female nude in bacl and white of large curvy lady

I love the interplay of light and curves. And the angle and focus of the shot means my eye is taken first to Violet’s nipple before being pulled down her body, in total delicious anticipation and invitation.

A to sub Bee

Close up shot of womans nipple through fishnets

Everything about this post from sub-Bee works for me, from the resonance between her defiant words and her peeking nipple, the interplay between image and website background. But more than that, the lines of her clothing are open yet restrictive, stretching in and out of focus, almost a reflection of the state of the internet for sex bloggers right now.

Midnight at the Oasis

looking up at womans bum with a star burst of light edited in above her

This image just screams of fun and there’s no way I could have ignored it! Despite being static, there’s so much movement in the photo and it’s a very sexy bottom!

Books 1799

mans in blue shirt with light shining through on his penis

There’s such a casual air about this image, and it’s glorious. I love the blue tones, and the geometry of leg versus shirt leading my eye around the image in stages, until it finally rests on the centrepiece.

A Dissolute Life Means

Woman nude kneeling

Simplicity everywhere: the words, the pose, the muted colours. There’s a vulnerability about the image, too. Soft skin and soft light. But there’s an edge of defiance in the words “acceptance is freedom” that also comes across visually.