Waiting For My Man On Sinful Sunday

Waiting For My Man On Sinful Sunday

He’s got the works, gives you sweet taste.

Waiting ~ In September we were fortunate to be working very close to one of the incredibly beautiful moors situated in the UK. The air is amazing due to the high density of trees, moss-carpeted boulders and many types of lichen.

On the day this image was taken my man and I had arrived at the woods to take some photos, and realised the camera battery was dead.  He had to go back and get one that was charged. I found myself a very comfortable stone to sit on and marveled at the extreme beauty of the sunlight shining through the trees, while I was waiting for my man.

I was only alone for about fifteen minutes. He had actually waited three years for me a few years ago when I had family commitments that I felt obliged to fulfil. That was a very difficult time – wanting him but not having him. Sitting on this boulder, in such a beautiful, sensual surround, I indeed felt extremely lucky.

He arrived and took this picture before I even knew he was behind me. Here I am in my shorts and wellies! Many more photos were taken that afternoon,  which I will feature on the wonderful #sinfulsunday. This is the first, the beginning of that day.

Waiting – Moss One – Click on image to enlarge

He’s got the works, gives you sweet taste…

Here he comes, he’s all dressed in black
Beat up shoes and a big straw hat
He’s never early, he’s always late
First thing you learn is that you always gotta wait
I’m waiting for my man – Lou Reed

Kiss the lips for other sinners ~ on sinful Sunday #341 it’s all about the image.

waiting Sinful Sunday

23 thoughts on “Waiting For My Man On Sinful Sunday

  1. Quite a romantic / idyllic setting for a photo shoot – really can’t wait to see what’s next! Love taking pictures in places that are so full of life.

  2. Your words are lovely, they seem filled with joy and love at where you find yourself. As for the image, it really does capture the atmosphere of the moment. There is something very calming about it but we are also presented with being slightly voyeuristic as if we have stumbled across you enjoying the peace and quiet and you are utterly unaware that we are there


  3. There’s something wonderful about the atmosphere in such places, the rich smell of the air, the trees, moss and grasses etc. We don’t exactly have moors here in Iowa, but the picture evoked memories of exploring national parks.

    I’m absolutely loving your pic, not only for the story it starts (looking forward to more) but also because it reminds me of exploring such places. And, I know exactly what you mean about the waiting, I was separated by a border from Serafina for almost 3 years as she worked to immigrate here from Canada…

    Awesome post May!

    1. don’t worry Nero the next few will be more to your liking. Let’s just say I didn’t have my clothes on for long 😉

  4. Beautiful surroundings, fabulous picture, powerful story. All that and Lou Reed at the end! What’s not to love.
    Thanks for sharing, look forward to seeing more pics…
    Indie X

  5. Oh my this looks like the most beautiful place ever! I’m really excited to see more of the photos you took here. This one is really lovely, especially with your words.
    Aurora x

  6. I can so imagine that this is a place where you can totally forget about the world around you. I look forward to more photos in this setting 🙂

    Rebel xox

    1. I am so glad you read the words – my life has changed immeasurably over the last few years – it was scary at first but is my destiny. I really wish you well x

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