Smokin Hot Women
asleepylioness:


Hello Miss Lioness!
We got such great feedback from our first submission, so we thought we’ do another one!
This week’s submission comes from the early breaths of our D/s relationship. A time where we frolicked from hotel to hotel exploring each other and learning all we could until check-out time. Many of these nights we would only get 3 hours or less before we left each other briefly, only to meet again at work. Separated by only a flimsy cubicle wall, we’d spend the rest of the day thinking about what happened the night before.I am a photographer, it’s my passion, so naturally I have a camera with me 90% of the time. I believe this night was just 2 days after we returned from a trip work sent us on where we first (and finally) got our paws on each other.While relaxing Baby Girl and I were smoking, my camera close by. I noticed her staring into her cigarette. She explained to me that she had a slight fascination with cigarettes. A sort of artistic fascination that went far beyond the physicality of smoking them. How they had mystery, how people smoke, how people looked when they smoke, how they had been used in old movies, etc. As she sat smoking I started taking pictures, with her words in mind. I believe there are three kinds of photos. 1. The kind you see and right away the message is clear. The picture tells a story. 2. A picture that accompanies a story. You’re unsure what the picture is about or trying to convey? But you hear the story and it answers all (or most) questions. 3. Last but not least, a picture you are just drawn to. You don’t know why. You may not even like it at first - but it draws you back. It has mystery. It sparks questions in your mind. It’s entirely up to your interpretation. Your mind. Your feelings.So what kind of picture is this? Does it leave you asking questions?
- T
cubicletocollar

The picture itself is flawless. I love the focus of it, the hues in the grey shades. Babygirl looks so wonderful, so alive. Your caption is cathartic for me… it tells us a story about a potential story and my answer to you is this… i think this picture is all three of the possibilities. Different angles of it speak to me in different ways. I certainly look forward to be a voyeur into this amazing relationship. 

asleepylioness:

Hello Miss Lioness!

We got such great feedback from our first submission, so we thought we’ do another one!

This week’s submission comes from the early breaths of our D/s relationship. A time where we frolicked from hotel to hotel exploring each other and learning all we could until check-out time. Many of these nights we would only get 3 hours or less before we left each other briefly, only to meet again at work. Separated by only a flimsy cubicle wall, we’d spend the rest of the day thinking about what happened the night before.

I am a photographer, it’s my passion, so naturally I have a camera with me 90% of the time. I believe this night was just 2 days after we returned from a trip work sent us on where we first (and finally) got our paws on each other.

While relaxing Baby Girl and I were smoking, my camera close by. I noticed her staring into her cigarette. She explained to me that she had a slight fascination with cigarettes. A sort of artistic fascination that went far beyond the physicality of smoking them. How they had mystery, how people smoke, how people looked when they smoke, how they had been used in old movies, etc. As she sat smoking I started taking pictures, with her words in mind.

I believe there are three kinds of photos. 1. The kind you see and right away the message is clear. The picture tells a story. 2. A picture that accompanies a story. You’re unsure what the picture is about or trying to convey? But you hear the story and it answers all (or most) questions. 3. Last but not least, a picture you are just drawn to. You don’t know why. You may not even like it at first - but it draws you back. It has mystery. It sparks questions in your mind. It’s entirely up to your interpretation. Your mind. Your feelings.

So what kind of picture is this? Does it leave you asking questions?

- T

cubicletocollar

The picture itself is flawless. I love the focus of it, the hues in the grey shades. Babygirl looks so wonderful, so alive. Your caption is cathartic for me… it tells us a story about a potential story and my answer to you is this… i think this picture is all three of the possibilities. Different angles of it speak to me in different ways. I certainly look forward to be a voyeur into this amazing relationship. 

brittanybochart:

'Little Red in the Woods' 4

Brittany Bochart 📷 VK-Photography

brittanybochart:

'Little Red in the Woods' 4

Brittany Bochart 📷 VK-Photography

sextathlon:

Hot.
babygirlssweetsurrender:

The aftermath.

babygirlssweetsurrender:

The aftermath.