35 photos: Morat | dress: Deanna Marie, Cut Couture | heels: bedheels
It’s been a while since I’ve put a black and white set up.. what do you think?
It’s almost the weekend.. what are your plans?
I love B & W. Nice set.
The weekend is looking good. I have two 3 hr. SM sessions.
And of course I’m looking forward to my fave Sabbath Samhain. So many loved ones have pass the last 5 yrs. This year will be very special honoring them.
How about yourself Masuimi?
That’s really a beautiful way of looking at death.. I hope that our loved ones are someone much better than this place.. maybe they mourn for us because they are in a much better place, so we should definitely be happy for them.
I’m going to my girlfriends Halloween party! It’s great to be able to spend some time with my friends. <3
They ranged from 4 yrs old to 91. At Samhain the veil is thin and it’s a time when we can connect. And a time for honor. Thanks for beautiful thoughts….maybe they do mourn for us. It sure is a crazy time here. Smile.
Your Hallow’s sounds like fun and good timing with all the work you’ve been doing and not well too.
Have a blast on the fire festival ! And be naughty too….
Last year on Samhain… meant to do this in the last email.
Won’t let me post it…oh well…
picture come in ok, Here Lady M , hope you had a wonderful time, and all your love ones, got to talk to you … )O( …. oh and hope you had a nice and naughty time as well .
Thank you Lester…
Black and white photos are always great…especially when you’re in them
Black and white can create awesome pictures, and this set is a great example. <3
This weekend I went to Curtas Festival in Vilagarcía de Arousa and met some great artists like Esteban Maroto and Luis Royo. This is a picture I took with Luis Royo and his son Rómulo.
I like Luis Royo.
love BW picture sets, was working on Samhain but it was a great night… just 4 day short of full moon as well, so plenty of spooky shadows,
aroud the castle ….
from wikipedia.. :- Hop-tu-Naa is a Celtic festival celebrated in the Isle of Man on 31 October. Predating Halloween, it is the celebration of the original New Year’s Eve (Oie Houney). It is thought to be the oldest unbroken tradition in the Isle of Man
oh and blondie is playing in the back groud as i type this …..
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