“At night I dream that you and I are two plants that grew together, roots entwined, and that you know the earth and the rain like my mouth, since we are made of earth and rain.” ~ Pablo NerudaAbout: Molly MooreMolly Moore - Author, Blogger, Photographer, Speaker, Director of Operations @Eroticon Find me in my corner of the internet at Molly's Daily Kiss and on Twitter @mollysdailykissFind more about me on:Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...Related Posts:Spring FeverNature’s MagicAutumn GraceApple PickingThe Bigger Picture « That’s Not a Vagina – Guest Post On the first submission – Guest Post »25 CommentsTagged:Outdoor PhotographySelf PortraitSinful SundayI kind of feel like I am repeating myself each time I comment on your photographs, because they’re always so good that they elicit similar responses. again, today, my first thought was ‘Oh, wow!’, because it’s yet another stunning image. You have a real knack for communicating with imagery that I can only ever hope to try to emulate.Gorgeous, Molly, just bloody gorgeousxx Flip recently posted..Wax ReplyThank you. I hope it is not getting boring. I am very proud of this one, the morning fog was a wonderful new environment to exploreMollyxxx Replylove this it looks like an vintage painting by a well known artist! ReplyOh gosh, this is stunning! The fog is so atmospheric, I love it! And you look beautiful as always. Xxx The Other Livvy recently posted..Sinful Sunday: The proper way to behave… ReplySimply stunning !!! I am drawn into the beauty. Very appropriate quote also …thank you once again 💐😊 ReplyI just don’t have words for this picture. It is simply exquisite and pretty much epitomises everything I adore in a visual. The painterly landscape? Stunning. The lighting? Stunning. The composition? Stunning. You? Stunning.I want to frame it!Jane xxx Jane recently posted..#EuphOff (Bad Erotica): What a Banker! Replywow stunning picture ! Gorgeous tones remind me of a Thomas Cole’s painting yet you made it your own and captured sensuality with great romanticism. ReplyI think you are definitely part wood nymph with the power to shape the elements to produce these fantastic images. HappyComeLucky recently posted..Rope me in. ReplyI love this picture Molly. The composition is divine and the fog makes it so atmospheric. Reminds me of old paintings. Kat recently posted..Sinful Sunday… Looking down ReplyYou are the embodiment of Neruda’s lyrical verse in this breathtaking shot – curves and beauty born of the earth and mist, inextricably connected to the surrounding land and place, lovingly bound to the man, the ‘you’ in the words.Eroticism, femininity and truth at its most beguiling…~ M x Cheeky Minx recently posted..Six ReplyLove this! You blend in so beautifully, it’s as if you grew there 🙂~Kazi xxx KaziG recently posted..Sinful Sunday: Stripey ReplyStunning, haunting, poetic Cammies on the Floor recently posted..I Lust ReplyOh, Molly, this has utterly taken my breath away. You are so beautiful and clever and creative about blending yourself into the natural world around you. The fog here, the atmosphere, is incredibly soft and magical. You are most definitely a goddess of the forest. ReplyWhat everyone else has said 🙂 Stunning, I especially love the fog. Dawn recently posted..Sinful Shopping ReplyLovely atmospheric photography! ReplyMolly this is exquisitely Rubenesque. Beautiful.Velvet x Velvet Rose recently posted..Hug, Horny, Pinch to Orgasm ReplyThis feels very ‘British romantic’ to me, Molly, and I can’t quite put my finger on why. The nudity, the trees and the mist, probably 🙂It’s an amazing photo – this is art.xx Dee ReplyI thought this was a painting when I first saw it. The dusky hues suffused with misty haze. Then I realised it was a photograph and my breath was taken. This is truly a work of art with that touch of eroticism of your naked body against that massive tree. Wow.O O recently posted..Rear view shadow ReplySo that was you I saw in the distance on the Heath this morning!!! Beautiful !!! Xxx – K Modesty Ablaze recently posted..Regal Fountains #sinfulsunday ReplyI’m so glad you managed to get out in the recent fog. I’ve been complaining about it but really I just wanted to not be working and out exploring in it instead!Beautiful and mystical feel to this but your comment on Twitter made me giggle, I’m glad it’s not just me that’s left part of me behind on a tree trunk 🙂 sub-Bee recently posted..Feeling rosy Replyi really am speechless, this is that phenomenal to me… f dot leonora recently posted..Sinful Sunday,Week 239: Splendor in the Grass ReplyThis is something that one would see hanging in a gallery. This IS that perfect shot. Something we strive for in our erotic photography, hell in our everyday photography. Breathtakingly stunning. You have set the bar high (not in a bad way, don’t misunderstand) it’s photographs like yours that I try to achieve. Keep up the great work. 🙂 SassyCat recently posted..Catfight Fetish [SS239] ReplyAbsolutely stunning! ReplyBeautiful words and an amazingly beautiful picture! Miss Scarlet recently posted..Sinful Sunday#10: On Reflection ReplyThis picture instantly made me think that it comes from a fairytale. It’s simply beautiful!Rebel xox Marie Rebelle recently posted..“my husband forced bdsm on me painfully” ReplyLeave a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked with *. Check here to Subscribe to notifications for new posts Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.