Monthly Archives: January 2015

#SUNDAYPIXreflections – 1st February 2015

Dreaming Spire Here’s your new one – mirrors, rivers, thoughts, boobs – send us your – wait, not boobs, that’s just me – photographs of…

 

Reflections

 

Take photographs of something reflecty. Post your pics to Twitter on Sunday (including the hashtag #SUNDAYPIXreflections in your tweet) and see how many people other people have the same idea. As ever, photographs must be yours (or your family’s or your secret lover’s) – nowt just nicked off the internet. Yes, you can post an old pic you’ve previously taken, or even one from your family history. Follow the hashtag (click on it in any tweet or add a column to your app) on Sunday to see what others have made of the theme. You are encouraged, nay ordered, to comment on other Sundaypickers’ tweets and snigger.

#SUNDAYPIXkitchensextoy – 25th January 2015

You can blame @EmmaSwainston for choosing this one. Your #SUNDAYPIX theme for 25th January is

A Thing From Your Kitchen That Looks Like It Might Be A Sex Toy

DSCF4813Don’t worry, we’ll snazzy that up in the hashtag, otherwise you’d have no room for the pic. Take photographs of something kitcheny that looks to you like it could be used in pervy shenanigans. Extra kudos will be given if said object has already been used as a sex toy. Post your pics to Twitter on Sunday (including the hashtag #SUNDAYPIXkitchensextoy in your tweet) and see how many people other people have kinky inclinations. As ever, photographs must be yours (or your family’s or your secret lover’s) – nowt just nicked off the internet. Yes, you can post an old pic you’ve previously taken, or even one from your family history. Follow the hashtag (click on it in any tweet or add a column to your app) on Sunday to see what others have made of the theme. You are encouraged, nay ordered, to comment on other Sundaypickers’ tweets and snigger.

Animated history

Here are two pictures taken in our village, one in 1900, the other today. The gif doesn’t animate correctly on Twitter – I’m hoping it does here.

1900

Words

Lie still, sleep becalmed, thoughts all wrapped safe and tucked up tidy. Shush, Shush, don’t you dare wake up now.
   “Trying to invade my sleep, old man?”
I imagine you blanketed, cosywarm and soft against the ill wind that blows this bleak Wolfemonath day. I am playing with words, experimenting with effect, inspired by you. You are so deft verbally, oft turning my emotions on a three word phrase.
    “I’m laid bare.”
Case in point. How are you, all those endless miles away?
    “Curled up on the couch. Blanketed. Asleep :-)”
Perfect. Let me then adverb your hip, trail adjectives between your breasts, open your thighs with my nouns. Eyes closed, yet aware, feel my words caress the rise and fall of your skin. Sentences lick. Phrases nibble.

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