No dress obstruction

A woman’s dress should be like a barbed-wire fence: serving its purpose without obstructing the view.

~ Sophia Loren

In the past weeks I had been sharing older images again, improving the editing and changing them to monochrome. It’s been ages ago since I’ve last been in my photo studio – just before Christmas, to be exact. My inspiration is sort of gone, and life just keeps on happening.

I even have a second space now to take photos. Ever since our youngest moved out, her old room is available for images. There’s a bed in there with all black bedding, and the walls have black wall paper on them. Sometimes ideas play in my head of the type of images I want to take there, but I just need to have the energy to do it.

Looking through my images of the past years, I even came across some I haven’t shared before, like this one. I’m specifically bought this red scarf for images, and somehow this one never got shared. I know Sophia Loren’s words were about a woman’s dress not obscuring the view, but I’m sure she would’ve approved of this red scarf too, don’t you think?

It's not a red dress not obscuring the view of my naked body, but a red scarf.

© Rebel’s Notes


Monochromerotic

9 thoughts on “No dress obstruction

  1. This is a really beautiful and sensual picture! I love when things are a bit hidden yet visible, there is such a teasing and intriguing feel to it. I hope you will be able to take some newer pictures soon again, but even if not, your edits are great to look at too!

    1. Thank you Devie. Your post gave me hope that my want to take pictures will eventually return. With all going on here, and me still tired after coming down with Covid, I think it will be a little while before the camera and I play again. So edits it is…

      1. I love that you share your images here! Seeing new stuff would be cool, but you have a lot of older content to for your readers. I am really glad I started following your blog <3

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