TOPLESS IN THE SNOW

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AMBER LOVE 26-NOV-2014 It’s no secret that I do NOT like snow. It’s pretty to look at from inside a cozy room where I’m able to look at it out of a window. However, I have weather PTSD from enduring a lifetime of northeastern winters and Superstorm Sandy. I’m beyond over shitty weather. I still like the look of wintery pictures and I see a lot of models trot out into the snow and get beautiful pictures. They also have photographers that know what they’re doing. Anyway, I haven’t had a decent winter themed but risque picture for several years – back when I shot the Power Girl set for Cosplay Deviants. I tried another time but hated every single picture and deleted them. Last year someone said something to try and make the snow sound less evil. I know it can be quiet and romantic even feel distant from the world, but I require less things to be afraid like bad roads and losing power. But the sentiment stuck with me and as I said, I’m not nearly as stressed when I have no place to be and no reason to drive. The power flickered several times yesterday though and I was fortunate the work I had open didn’t get lost only corrupted but retrievable.

This time, I did it with my cell phone and self timer as I have been doing all year. The color adjustments were done in one click with CameraZoomFx too so I saved a lot of time editing. The watermarking app is different but again, it’s a cell phone app and much faster than importing to GIMP to create a watermark.

3 comments on “TOPLESS IN THE SNOW (NSFW)”

  1. You are unbelievably beautiful!

    I’m sorry that some people don’t respect your rules and post stuff on tumblr. You share part of yourself with us in word and image … people should appreciate that.

  2. I still remember when you did that set on CosDev. And you looked great in that set, even if your were older than the other models on there. I know it has been years since you did that set, but no doubt you still look beautiful.

    And if you think that it’s hard after going through “Sandy”, I had a tornado hit the campus at APSU in Jan. 1999, just days before my 21st birthday. Now-a-days, I keep an eye on the weather when bad storms are coming this way.