Sinful Sunday: Reach…

Much earlier this year, I attended the Guy Bourdin exhibition at Somerset House. I adore most of his photographs, but this is among my favourites: 

I really like the view of her legs and her heels as she reaches upwards.

I was reminded of this photo when I was thinking about the chair prompt for this month – sadly, I don’t yet have a library worthy of a ladder, although I am working on it, but sometimes it is still easier to have a bit of help to reach the higher shelves.

So, here is my interpretation of the chair prompt and a loose tribute to Guy Bourdin! 
 

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Sinful Sunday

22 thoughts on “Sinful Sunday: Reach…

  1. Beautiful! And what similar paths we tread round London. First we were at Defining Beauty within a couple of days of each other and you were here too! I bloody loved that exhibition – I went the day before starting Exposing 40 and I bought a gorgeous notebook where I keep all my ideas for posts so he’s very blended in my mind with this project. My Guy Bourdin homage is one my favourite posts. I think this should be one of your favourites too – it’s gorgeous! And books are a much better backdrop that shoes. Guy is the favourite photographer of one of my friends who’s very involved with this project and we have a few more of his images on our hit list of photos to take inspiration from, including a couple of his outdoor ones. It makes me chuckle that one of his main book collections is called Exhibit A!! Xx

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  2. I’d be terrified to climb anything in heels. Knowing me, I’d break something. Admittedly, I was trying to figure out what was on your bookshelf. I like big books and I cannot lie.

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  3. Just all the WOW! This is a truly fabulous image, I love how you have taken the inspiration and totally made it your own image and ohhhhhhhhhhhhh those shoes

    Mollyxxx

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