Outdoor Joy

by Molly Moore
Molly laying naked in giant tractor type with leg up against the blue sky is outdoor joy

It was my birthday on Monday. I didn’t really have any major plans but I did put in a request for a walk without my little doggo so I could attempt some outdoor self portraits.

As I wrote earlier this month I have not take outdoor shots that were not in my garden for over a year but I had spotted a fair few locations that I intended to return to when things started to get back to normal, particularly schools going back. it is one thing potentially being seen by another adult but kids are a whole other issue. Since I have been doing this (nearly 10 years of out door self portraits) I have never taken pictures during school holidays unless I had look out person with me.

So schools are back. The last few weeks I have seen less people on my walks, the sun is shining and it’s my birthday. Off I set to find the giant tractor tyre that I had been imaging taking pictures in for weeks now.

They have been dumped at the side of a field I assume by the farmer but I don’t know and have clearly been there for a while as they are well settled in place and the undergrowth seems to making itself at home around them and even in them. Most of them are in the trees or have slide down the bank a bit towards the field below but the biggest one is sitting proud and the trees have created this perfect frame around it.

I set up my camera in the field below. Then clambered up to the tyre and took some practice shots with my clothes on. So far so good. The sun was beautifully warm against my skin as I stripped off. All my clothes and shoes are in the tyre beneath me. I lay back and started taking pictures.

It was all going so well. I had forgotten how good it felt to take outdoor self portraits. I was so happy and relaxed and maybe that is where things went wrong because all of a sudden I looked up and there was a man walking along the path above me. I froze. Would he just walk past and not notice me. The answer sadly was no and my heart sunk as he paused and looked down. I went to grab my shirt but it was all too late and luckily his way of dealing with it all was to hustle on by, closely followed by his little dog who was not as polite and stood and had a good stare.

Moral of the story. Don’t forget where you are and stop keeping an eye out.

But also, taking pictures outside makes me happy. Sometimes when you don’t do something in a long you forget what it feels like when you do, remembering that, feeling it again was the best birthday gift to myself and has totally reignited my love for the whole thing.

Oh and I absolutely LOVE the resulting image and how it captures the joyfulness of the moment for me.

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Focused and Filthy April 24, 2021 - 6:13 pm

I think this is one of my favourite photos of you and by you I’ve ever seen. You look so content and beautiful.
Missy x

Molly Moore April 24, 2021 - 8:57 pm

Thank you Missy, I was very happy with how it turned out too


Gemma Jones April 25, 2021 - 12:01 am

You are simply radiating how glorious you feel. It is as if you are being made alive by the sunshine!

NPE April 25, 2021 - 2:15 am

It’s a fantastic portrait! I often lament living out in the sticks, but one benefit is not many people are likely to stumble by!

Jade April 25, 2021 - 4:13 am

Oh Molly, what a perfect image! I adore it. And as for the moral of the story: yes, I have learned that lesson as well! It’s been so long since the days when W and I would so joyfully plot out our Scavenger Hunts, many of which were out-of-doors, and this post has made me miss them! Maybe I will again venture out, as I start to feel more myself…

Bibulousone April 25, 2021 - 10:53 am

What a stunning picture. You look so serene and the composition is amazing.

Victoria Blisse April 25, 2021 - 12:32 pm

This is such a wonderful image, I love ‘rubbish’ that’s become reclaimed by nature and you look regal sat on your tyre throne!

JerBear April 25, 2021 - 2:01 pm

Well Happy Birthday. And you look great in your birthday suit!

I too have an affinity for outdoor shots. I love the freedom that comes with it, and the little edge that comes with maybe being seen.

Thanks again for both sharing and for all you do.

Julie April 25, 2021 - 3:48 pm

This is beautiful. How typical that the man should come along at that moment. But I’m glad you’ve been able to get back out taking photos again xx

Modesty Ablaze April 25, 2021 - 4:52 pm

Belated birthday wishes … and what a brilliant photo. Just beautiful.

Xxx – K

Thepervnextdoor (formally pornclerk13 April 26, 2021 - 7:04 am

It’s a very beautiful picture with a very funny “please don’t let it happen to me” cautionary tale. The tire actually looks like a safe little nest.

This is my first time back at sinful Sunday in many years and I can’t express how grateful I am that this institution is still here going strong… Only much bigger. Thank you

Bee April 26, 2021 - 6:20 pm

That tyre was made to be lounged in, how perfect! I did have to giggle at the staring dog, had he not seen a human without their ‘fur’ on, in the wild.

Brigit Delaney April 28, 2021 - 10:02 pm

Hahaha! That is my greatest fear in taking outdoor photos! I would be mortified, but it seems you kept your cool. This image is gorgeous…it’s a very creative setting, and you seem so relaxed. The brightness of the sky and the tree limbs make a perfect frame.

Skingraphy April 30, 2021 - 12:34 pm

Its a perfect outdoor picture, the colors of the sky and the grass gives it an awesome charm but the best part is the pose and your body… Loved it a lot!!!

Jayden Vincente May 2, 2021 - 2:46 am

I love the picture! Happy birthday!

Sorry you got caught, but at least it wasn’t as bad as it could be!

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