… while the sun shines.
This is the first image I’ve shared taken with my new zoom lens. I went out this week on my own to practice with it. I’ve discovered a few things about it. Firstly it weighs a tonne and carrying it with my tripod/camera body for any real distance is hard work. Secondly I’m so much further away from my camera I was worried my WiFi link to my phone as a remote wouldn’t work (but it did!) I haven’t pushed the limit yet but I’m sure I will. This lens is definitely for use with other people – let’s hope that opportunity can happen again soon.
22 thoughts on “Make hay”
This is an incredible image Missy…a beautiful Woman comfortable and confident with their equally beautiful body. Artistic and erotic…*an outside nude always seems more arousing, maybe because of the “naughtiness” of being naked somewhere your not supposed to be, the risk of being seen*…the pose just seems to scream “take me now”
I admire your commitment and endless perverse creativity (a compliment x). Long may you entertain us with such great pictures
I absolutely love this photo, it has such a wonderful late summer feel to it, but I can feel the prickles and itching just looking at it! haha!
I love outdoor shots and this one turned out beautifully!
Loveeeee!!! ?This just oozes yoou – outdoors, chilled out, naked in the sun. I adore it x
Oh my this is wonderful.
Beautiful location … and beautiful photo !!!
Xxx – K
Lovely – I want to make the same kind of shot
Goodness, this is just gorgeous! X
This is such an amazing shot. I love the shallow depth of field on it and how good the clarity is on you
Yep. I think I’m going to love this lens. Thank you x
Well worth it, what a shot! Love the lines against your womanly curves!
Superb image, truly outstanding when you’ve done it all by yourself.
This is amazingly beautiful! It’s a perfect photo and belongs in a museum. I also think it would be lovely painted.
Wow, this is an amazing picture!
This is so cool and how exciting to use your new lens. I bet the hay was scratchy though!
I love the play on the hay.
Good use of light, beautiful subject matter, overall a great post