Dumpster Diving

Despite being in the middle of the CBD, it’s quiet. Surrounded by apartment blocks, with a sex shop and cruise club behind us, the sound of the city flows overhead, muffled.

Of course, anyone could be peering down from a window as Delilah and I entertain ourselves, having just visited the Basement.

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Naughty in the Office

I’ve got rather a lot of Scavenger Hunt photos that I’ve not yet posted. And, seeing as it’s the start of another month, I thought I’d make September an official Scavenger Hunt month – with 30 days and 22 locations, I think I’ll get through them all! (If you’ve got a bunch, why not join in?)

I’ve also decided to post mine chronologically (ie: in the order they were taken). First is the office – which I captured nearly two years ago, just before I finished my last office job. Because, yeah, I know there’s people there who sporadically read here, and thought I’d give it some time before posting!

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Captured in Charcoal

I’ve been captured on canvas (or paper) a few times now – and been delighted with the result every time.

I had the pleasure of being drawn by the very talented Norton Elissen – he’s painted me in watercolour before, but this time it’s charcoal. It’s based on the image beneath the art (and you can see more like it in the post about my Hokianga holiday). Charcoal has captured me perfectly – and you can colour me very pleased indeed!

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Memorable Blooms

Although I am very definitely not a gardener, I am nonetheless quite attracted to flowers. I’ve been attempting to photograph them off and on for years, and every now and then I take a picture I am very pleased with. One of these has been my phone wallpaper since I took it – which one do you think it might be?

This very happy bumblebee was enjoying himself in the vineyard garden where we celebrated Demeter’s 40th birthday, on Waiheke Island. Shortly after capturing this image, I got my kit off amongst the vines … as you do!

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If I Were a Zombie…

…I’d look much like this: absolutely morgeous!

I’d also probably bite even more often than I do now … (click through to see my ‘focused on brains’ look.)

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The Great Outdoors

I love having sex – I think we all know that by now! And I’m a bit of an exhibitionist, too. Add those together, and outdoor sex is one of those things I really enjoy, even if I don’t do it often. One of those things about outdoor sex, though, is that the potential for amazingness – and disaster – is often increased…

Let’s get the (hilarious in retrospect) disasters out of the way first, shall we? It turns out golf courses use sprinklers – and they turn on about dusk, drenching the hapless couple getting it on nearby. Who knew? Then there’s bamboo. The otherwise excellently concealed piece of parkland where I chose to fling my virginity away – yes, really – had small shoots growing. Right where the small of my back was. Didn’t matter how I repositioned myself, it always ended up just there. It was a toss-up what was less fun, that day. And then there was the day-trip to Picton where rampant horniness got the better of us, and so we put a towel down in the bush by the ferry terminal and went for it. Apparently other people had the same idea, and managed to – literally – stumble across us. Oops!

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Sign Me Up

I spent a long time looking for the right street sign to be photographed with for the Scavenger Hunt, and I thought I had it: just one suburb away from our house is a road liberally sprinkled with signs stating “Share with Care” (referring to bicycles and cars sharing together). Which didn’t put me in mind of vehicular road sharing! Still, with the road being so busy, I was having difficulty figuring out how to get the shot.

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Taking the Train to Williamstown

For the first two weeks of June I was in Melbourne, spending quality – mostly naked – time with m’Lady (aka Tethys). But we weren’t indoors for the entire time: we decided a few days in that we’d have an adventure trip out to the suburb of Williamstown, a place I’d never been to before. Williamstown was Melbourne’s first port, and looked out across to the CBD. I couldn’t wait to see it!

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Hokianga View

When Apollo and I went up to the Hokianga for a holiday a few months back, we woke up on our first full day there to this glorious view:

I rather get the impression Apollo was looking at the view inside while I was looking out across the harbour, though!

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Cubical Rubber

It’s not often I get my hands (and other body parts) on something rubber before Hylas has experienced it – he is pretty much the king of all things latex in these parts. So when I was at a femdom skill share event recently and the hosts brought out their vac cube, made by Kink Engineering, I just had to give it a try!

Unlike the vac bed that I know and love so well, the cube is a newer iteration, and holds the vacuum seal after all the air’s been sucked out. This not only makes it quieter, it also makes my head happier – it’s out and I’m able to breathe easy, and it’s not so challenging for my migraine (which is impacted by noise and pressure).

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