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Poinseitta fig leaf self portrait

I took this picture for my Christmas Advent Calendar 2014 but never used it. When I was flicking through images trying to decide what to use for February Photofest @domsigns caught sight of this one and told me to use it. Apparently he likes the way the Poinsettia is acting like a fig leaf and that it shows a part of my body that I have a tendency to be negative about. The shadow around my waist is my large scar from surgery as a child. His final words were, “you just look very sexy.”

Poinseitta fig leaf self portraitFebruary photofest badge 2016

  • Molly 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 @mollysdailykiss

  • Show Comments (8)

  • Keith Mason

    He’s right, you do look very sexy, the image works very well.

  • Miss J

    You take great pictures! Love this one. Especially the angle from which you’ve taken. 😀

  • Marie Rebelle

    Good choice! It is a lovely image 🙂

    Rebel xox

  • Flip

    This is such a soft, sensual image….I love your creativity with photos. The blur softens your lines even further, which IS sexy, definitely xx

  • Penny

    I’m glad you decided to share it–it’s lovely!
    xxPenny

  • f dot leonora

    your past is presently arresting!!!

  • Mascha

    A beautiful photo and the indirects are for me often more sexy than that, what I see all around on pictures…

  • Dawn

    It’s a beautiful image.

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