Over the last few months I’ve been catching up with Ailuros once, occasionally twice, a week. Sometimes that involves a whole lot of sex and orgasms, sometimes that involves food (actually, nearly always – he’s an excellent cook and I take shameless advantage of that), and sometimes that involves adventures!
The other week we decided to have a picnic, and I introduced him to some of my favourite outdoor spots over my side of the city – it was windy, and delicious, and delightful. For our final stop, I took him out to the Chelsea Estate Heritage Park. It’s beautiful and huge, next to the harbour (which you can see off to the right), with artificial lakes, swans (click through to see them, and their cygnets) and picnickers too (they’re in the background on the left).
It was a very sunny day – what a good thing I had my parasol! The swans were fascinated by it as well.
I was more fascinated by the Tsunami sign. I’d spotted it the last time I’d visited, and determined to return and get a photo of myself with it. Given that my ejaculatory orgasms had been described as tsunamis more than once, what could be better than to get a picture of myself with a sign saying that very thing?
Of course, having a factory just across the carpark, and picnickers (and swans) just behind me didn’t deter me for a second. Off came the top, and click click went the camera. And what lovely photos Ailuros took! If you click through you can see one without the parasol, as well.
How I’d not done the ‘Park’ category for the Scavenger Hunt before now, I do not know …