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New Azoury High Thigh boots.
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There's something about crossing my thighs that just seems to titillate me, I so love the sensation of that soft, lascivious pressure.
Not my usual pics, but I just love having silky smooth shaved legs so thought I'd share! x
Porque este sol es gozo aunque te hiera
Fuji pro plus II 200
I love the natural light in this shot - very flattering I think!
SL Male development has come a long way. There was a time that the men's thighs would never have looked like this. Most of the time they had sharp and pointed edges. You couldn't lay your avi down with their partner without cuttin' em' the fk up.
[Explored on June 26, 2013]
While driving home from work I noticed some promising clouds along the coastline, so I decided to stop for a photo shoot. Arriving at the beach an hour before sunset, I picked an interesting rock formation to shoot, but by sunset the tide had risen and that rock formation was half way under water. Shortly I found myself standing in sea water in my calf-high rubber boots, determined to get "the shot", but with sea water up to my thighs. Needless to say my rubber boots (once again) were filled with water and my jeans got totally soaked. Luckily, the phone in my front pocket stayed dry.
I ultimately admitted defeat and retreated out of the water to frame a different moss-covered rock I had noticed earlier in the evening. By this time the sun was well below the horizon and I was just about ready to call it quits for the night. Just one more capture...
Based on seeing "blinkies" on some test shots I decided to be "aggressive" and stacked my Lee 0.9H and 0.6S grad ND filters (angled slightly counter clockwise) to get a decent balance of foreground exposure vs. sky exposure. I also adjusted exposure compensation down one or two stops as the matrix metering was still overexposing. Aperture was at f/9 which is typically as wide as I get with my Sigma 10-20mm lens. Manually focused and tripod was really, really close to the rock.
I decided not to linger too long on the beach since it was getting really dark, so after packing up my gear, I double-timed it back to the car, boots filled with sea water. Upon reaching my car I finally relaxed, poured the water out of my boots, removed my soaked jeans, and drove home in my underwear.
Photo (single exposure) was processed in Photomatix for contrast, brightness, and compression. Then in GIMP for unsharp mask, white balance correction, and additional contrast adjustment. No boost in color saturation as the colors were already really deep.
Nikon D2X & 17-55mm/F2.8
I've said it elsewhere - but it does seem that I'm softening and rounding a little in all the places that one would want. I suspect its actually to do with ageing - but I'm not complaining!!!
I can't type, but I can suck on two gloved fingers. What else do you have to suck on?