“Be who you want to be, not what others want to see.”

Last weekend we spent time with a lovely couple and, like the first weekend with them, this second one was as nice and relaxing and sexy as the first. We went to an abandoned railroad track and there, between the trees next to the tracks we kissed – she and me. We kissed and we hugged. We posed and we kissed some more. We smiled at each other. We touched. We forgot about the me. We forgot about the cameras.


We were.

This woman has the ability to make me feel like me. No uncomfortable moments, no wondering if I am good enough. With her I can be. Be who I want to be. Be myself.

Being in the moment...
Being in the moment…


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This post has been chosen as one of Molly’s top 5 for the prompt week. This is what Molly said about the photo:

I have spent a long time enjoying this image. There is something very intimate and tender about the way these two are interacting that I almost feel like I am intruding on this moment. Oh and at first I missed the tail… don’t miss the tail, it only adds to the whole outdoor ‘wild’ narrative of this beautiful shot.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

21 thoughts on “Be

  1. This is such a lovely, tender photo. The breeze and the sun are evident and make us feel the beauty and warmth of the day. As dudes your tenderness with each other. Your words are really moving. What a lovely take on the prompt.

  2. This is a beautifully intimate moment and a great concept for the monthly prompt – it’s simultaneously simple and profound. So glad you have someone like this in your life; the world would be a better place if we all had someone with whom we could feel completely comfortable – it helps to make a healing space in our bodies and hearts that I think a lot of us need.

  3. The beauty (of every kind) in this image is breathtaking.

    And I can’t paste our URL into the website field. Right click disabled?

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