Sometimes a hat is all you need…You give me reason to live. You give me reason to live. You give me reason to live. You can leave your hat on!About: 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:Holiday BaubleSpreading my wingsMistyGypsy BloodTenebrous « Play it Safe February Photofest 2017 »21 CommentsTagged:Outdoor PhotographySinful SundayAs always another stunning shot. Love all the colours, the misty back round, the way the picture keeps making me scroll back up to see what else I haven’t see the last time I looked and I love how ypu hat looks like an upside side down smiley face x LittleSwitchBitch recently posted..Sinful Sunday #302 – SneakySelfie ReplyBeautiful photo . . . and one certainly needed a hat this morning to keep warm in the cold and fog!!! Xxx – K Modesty Ablaze recently posted..Modestly Polished #sinfulsunday ReplyIn its own beautiful way this is such a serene shot, the lovely colours the dampness in the air and the absolutely splendour of the gorgeous body with the hat on top. Love it x ReplySuch lovely soft colours with a bit of fun thrown in. Love it!Velvet x ReplyLove the haze of the fog in the background, and the crispness of the leaves in foreground giving contrast. Then you sat perfectly centred draws the eye straight in. Wonderful. Bob The Monkey recently posted..Sinful Sunday – Worship ReplyJust an amazing composition, Molly! Everything you post is like a poem, every element exactly where it should be. Beautiful creation, as always! ~C Camille recently posted..Wear it Well ReplyThis made me LOL! Brilliant image. ReplyLovely shot, I love the way the foreground is framed by the Autumn colours and then the colour fades into the mist. And you look glorious of course! bibulousone recently posted..CHESTERFIELD – sinful sunday ReplyPerfectly composed image! Krystal recently posted..Drinking Buddy ReplyMy attention first was drawn to your back, your beautiful curves and then only the surroundings. The fog in the distance, the leaves in the foreground, the log your’re sitting on and the branches above you. This is a perfectly balanced shot and makes me want to walk around you to see the expression on your face. I love that there’s so much to see in this image! Beautiful!Rebel xox Marie Rebelle recently posted..On The Rails ReplyTo me this feels lonely, though not sad, just quirky. It’s a gorgeous photo Cammies on the Floor recently posted..Pavlov’s Music ReplyThis is such a gorgeously cheeky quirky shot – I can just imagine you giggling about it! Xx Exposing40 recently posted..Muffin Resistance ReplyBraver woman than me. Way too cold for that in my opinion, even with a hat.Chloë Chloë recently posted..Did you miss me? ReplyI love the contrasts, the brown of the leaves and the mist in the distance. I love the hat and the contrast with your naked back. Great shot Molly xx ReplyGreat depth of field. Literally. ReplyAnother absolutely perfect shot! How do you keep finding these incredible locations – do you live in the middle of the wilderness?! As someone who lives in an urban jungle, I feel so much longing when I look at your photographs. The mist is so atmospheric; I can almost smell the decay in the leaves around you, and what perfect framing. I want to hang this on my wall. Jo recently posted..Hands and Knees ReplyThank you. I live in the burbs but we are surrounded by countryside. I tend to drive to places and then walk until I find something that catches my eye. I have a few favourite walks that I return to again and again but as the seasons change they can often look very different. If you ever come to England let me know and maybe we could go out walking together and I would happily shot your picture for youMollyxxx ReplyToo cute! ReplyNow that is what these misty days are for not driving in the dark wishing I could explore! Bee recently posted..Swing low ReplyBeautiful photo! Lovely colours and perfect composition.And nice hat! I mean, bottom. ReplyLate to the show but love this picture so much. Really I do. You have a fantastic eye for composition and colour. And fun 🙂 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.