Through Her Eyes

Mrs. Lion writes about what is or isn’t happening in our lives. My posts are supposed to be wider-ranging.  I’m also responsible for maintaining the blog, including adding images to our posts. I’m not sure that’s the best idea. It would be very interesting to see what pictures Mrs. Lion would add to her posts, and perhaps mine.

I’m pretty sure that her choices would be very different. It’s true that the subject matter is generally limited to me. I don’t think that matters. I’ve noticed that women don’t often pick images of themselves or their partners that include genitals. If they do, they aren’t the center of attention. Bottoms, arses in England, are very common in images of both sexes. Obviously, my penis has to be front and center when illustrating CBT. Illuminating the results of a spanking requires a clinical view of my butt, or does it? Perhaps one reason that more men than women read our blog is the distinctly male flavor of the images.

My lioness isn’t usually inclined to take pictures beyond the requests I make for the blog. There are almost none of my face, for example. When we travel, I generally take the pictures. It would be hard to find any, including me. I wonder what we would see if Mrs. Lion took the main image for each post here. Would you see more of my uninjured butt? Would illustrations be more emotionally suggestive?

I could help with processing. Mrs. Lion doesn’t know how to use Photoshop. Maybe I could work under her direction to enhance the content. Most interesting to me, I could see myself the way she sees me; or the way she wants you to see me. Would that bring in more female readers? Probably not.

Even if she only illustrates her own posts, we would get a visual sense of her point of view. Photography doesn’t have to be an exercise in fine art. I think it is at its best when it shows us what the world looks like through someone else’s eyes. What do you think, Mrs. Lion?

1 Comment

  1. I think you should definitely try this. Something new always attracts new views.

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