Now we have reached the final few weeks of winter it’s time to start thinking about looking for this year’s crop of talent. To tell you the truth I have already had a sneaky peek at the casting calls on the modelling web sites to see who is actively seeking work but so far no one has caught my eye. I’m getting bad vibes and the shooting season hasn’t even started yet. Not a good sign at all.
I’m sailing like a driftwood on a windy bay.
I’m in a dark mood again. Problems are stacking up and blocking my view of the Sun. Staying positive has never been my strong suit. I need a change, maybe a day out, or a photoshoot, or even a new computer. Now that would really cheer me up.
Do you remember back in your 40’s when you received your first pair of slippers as a Christmas present and you swore you would at the very least kill the giver? How times change. In my 60’s I don’t feel embarrassed to tell you that I have a choice of 3 different pairs to wear around the house. I’ve even done shoots in them. Bet the models thought I was a real cool geezer.
I was sat in front of my computer wondering what subject I could rattle on about in this update when I was struck by a bolt of lightning and everything suddenly became crystal clear. The reason I struggle to find things to write about is because I’m a boring cunt! I lead such a narrow existence how can I possibly keep this blog interesting. I’ve decided I must get out more and stop spending so much time on this porno nonsense. I have for far too long had a one track mind.
Late last year I had this brilliant idea, for 2016 I would start using a more systematic approach when choosing which photo sets to use for updates. Ummm, I think that idea got lost at the beginning of January because this is yet another lucky dip into the archive. This young lady came to me by courtesy of a request from her boyfriend. This type of arrangement is usually a waste of time but on this occasion, and precious few others, it has lead to a fun and productive session. Shot with a compact camera, I think, with the built-in flash triggering my ancient studio flashlights.