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Boudoir Set 7

 Google Analytics says my content is thin, because I don't put enough verbiage in the posts. Personally I like to let the pictures I have taken do the talking. I'm not sure what I would say about these pics that you won't see for yourself when you look at them. These were part of a series of boudoir shoots we did in a single day. This is the 7th set of pictures from those shoots that I have posted on here, hence the name of the post. We played with the color quite a bit on these, and there's one in particular that I am proud of. It's the black and white where the only color is the flower petal on her hat and her eyes. These are a little racy, so if you're under 18 don't look. But I don't consider these dirty pictures. They are art where there happens to be exposed breasts. I sometimes think our culture leans a bit too much into our Puritan roots. I think a naked breast is much less harmful than much of the garbage we take in every day that is considered perfectly normal. Anyway, enough pontificating from me, here are the pics. I hope you enjoy them.


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