4 thoughts on “08 fall & shatter”

  1. My oh my, aren’t skirts (and dresses, for that matter) just about the most underrated piece of feminine clothing around? (!!!) Love ’em!

    I’m curious how this was achieved, the two Judiths, I mean. Anyways, ‘the more the merrier’ applies here a lot! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Not sure if I shouldn’t keep this to myself, but well, all aces out, so: I’ve sometimes wondered what your feet might be like, and here’s my first clue. ๐Ÿ™‚

    In short, an extremely enjoyable picture!

    1. I also like the way the shaft of light catches the Judith on the right whereas the Judith on the left remains in comparative shade.

      I wonder if you are aware of how sensuous both Judiths are, by the way, each in her own way.

      The standing Judith with the length of her body exposed, the arm underlining it, the gorgeously bent knee, the hand put up over her head.

      And the crouching Judith with her knees bared and her thighs partly so.

      The sensuousness of both Judiths may make a man fall and shatter indeed. Not so sure about the putting back together part, though. ๐Ÿ™‚

      1. Thank you so much for your positive comment, I am super glad to hear that we still share an appreciation for the female. It feels a little weird to say this about a photo of myself, but no matter, I greatly appreciate your appreciation of this picture!!!

    2. You’re so right about skirts, although I’m ashamed to admit it’s taken me some 27 years to really grow to love and appreciate them properly! The orange petal skirt is witness to this newfound fancy.

      Took way too long to put the two separate pictures together in a programme ๐Ÿ™‚

      PS: Feet are weird!

      Girl with the hobbit feet

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