Monthly Archives: March 2011

Edith on the Stool 10 Nothing special of note this morning, other than the beautiful Edith, above. ————————– From our very recent session.

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Tush Gone to the Dogs Department Very funny, if you are a dog owner.  Not your cup of tea if you are a cynophobe. ————————– Reminder Department The offer of Third … at a 12% discount expires in two days. … Continue reading

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Do I Love Them Too Much?

Edith on the Box 5 Asking the question above, I’m not referring to my models.  I do love some of them, in a chaste, non-erotic sense, when we click.  Edith and I, for example, have definitely clicked, and consequently I … Continue reading

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Training the American Citizen

Erin’s Valediction Like me, many of you have experienced the frustrating but fascinating job of training a dog. Such wonderful animals, carefree and joyful at their best, sulky and even mean at their worst, but — beginning as they do … Continue reading

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Do You Remember Coercion?

Brooke’s Portrait 27 I’ve harped now and again about the crime of coercion, as it relates especially to thick-necked cops or private security dunderheads who threaten to have you arrested if you don’t stop photographing or delete photos you’ve already … Continue reading

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Meg’s Dresses 2-30 Taking a bye today.  Busy as hell with Edith’s photos, and no one out there in the wider world has done anything quite stupid enough to be featured here.  Enjoy your Saturday. ————————– A “safe” portrait from … Continue reading

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Salve Regina

Morgan 5 After a disappointment like that documented yesterday, something pleasant was bound to my way come.  In this case, not surprisingly, it was Edith, who returned to studio for an extraordinary session yesterday afternoon. I will resurrect “The Box” … Continue reading

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Coming Next

In the Hamper Coming from the Department of Homeland Security (click page images to read): Fortunately, I am (reasonably) confident that the foregoing would be held to be unconstitutional.  But, given that the DHS was recently heard to argue in … Continue reading

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Open Letter to An Immature Model

Edith in the Basket 15 Dear Susie, I was so looking forward to our first session yesterday.  You had approached me with such disarming enthusiasm that I thought we would hit it off famously, with a lot of great photos … Continue reading

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Gene Pool Limitations Demonstrated Once Again

Victoria & the Box 13 Would you marry someone from Tennessee?  I mean, unless you yourself are from Tennessee?  If you are from Tennessee, I’d check really closely to see if you aren’t related somehow, because recent evidence suggests the … Continue reading

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