This month’s Sinful Sunday prompt is Diptych. A Diptych is an artwork consisting of two painted or carved panels. These can be attached together or adjoining each other. Altarpieces, paintings placed on or behind the altar of a Christian church as a focus of worship, are often in Diptych (and triptych) forms.

I was lucky enough to visit my good friend Eye recently (who has her own blog Cleareyedgirl) and I was pleased with the images I took – especially these ones against an interesting metal background.

Here is my Diptych – and a different focus of worship.

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17 thoughts on “Before her

  1. They are incredible – you are an amazing photographer – if you don’t do it for a living I am wondering why x

  2. There is something slightly sinister about these images that I adore. Eye comes across as some sort of priestess and you her worshiping subject.


  3. I know Molly said sinister, but it feels more ghostly to me. Like I’m happening upon apparitions in an alleyway. I looove the second shot so much. Something about the position of both of your heads just makes the shot for me

  4. Exquisite images. The doors are the perfect foil for your bodies And the second one is totally breathtaking, worshipful and sensual…
    Indie xx

  5. I also love the intimacy of the second picture but both are stunning. You have definitely nailed the worship aspect. So beautiful 🙂

  6. Beautiful images. I love how she’s cupping your head in the second one and the way she has her phone out makes me think she’s challenging you to take her attention away from it.

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