Just some of the images I've picked up over the last few days as I attempt to get back into the posting groove again and some commentary from me about what I think about them.
I've said before how much I love women in nature shots and this one seems to tick all the boxes that I look for in such a shot. I love the thin dress she's wearing and the light that evokes that late summer evening feeling - that warmth suffused with the end of the day that I love so much. Of course I want her hair and the ability to go about barefoot like that without killing off small woodland creatures with the stench my feet create. I want to be able to sit like that and be natural in that pose. Hell, on the floor I do sit like that but I look and feel awfully self-conscious so I don't do it much.
I know she's been the victim of domestic abuse, I don't want to somehow suggest that this is a good thing, but at the same time I confess a thirst to know about her life. Okay, not so much the domestic violence. I want to know what it is like for her to be herself, I want to know how I can emulate that in my very drab and straight-laced male life.
I love the complete pointlessness of the extra fabric hanging from that hairband and falling past the hands on the chair. I know from painfully little experience that this feels great and looks fine but is also bloody annoying for actual movement. I like that kind of impracticality, I think I've gone into detail on that before too.
Words of warning and welcome:
This is very much my blog, so don't be surprised if this doesn't follow accepted patterns and norms. Obviously it started out as a blog about my cross-dressing but it has developed a great deal since then. It is a place where I can be anonymous and honest, and I appreciate that.
It will deal with many things and new readers would do well to check out the New Readers' Page above this and the tag down there on the right. Although there's nothing too bad in here there will be adult language, so be careful. If you think this needs a greater control, please let me know. Thank you!