One of the standard techniques of taking portrait photography outside on a sunny day is to use the flash feature to eliminate dark shadows around eyes and under noses and chins. The practice is referred to as "fill-in flash", as opposed to the usual use of flash to illuminate a subject in the dark. But, today's post is not really about photography hints.....it's about exposing oneself in the wide open outdoors. Let's look at a few I found that appealed to me:
Very cute and solid butt exposed in a pretty safe and semi-secluded mooning.
A quick flash between lay-ups.
Ah if the guy behind her only knew!
A bit more of a public mooning, making things a bit more risky.
This course just added another hole.
And speaking of holes......
......pretty daring to fill one in such an open setting! Still it seems like it's her idea and she seems pretty pleased with herself.
I could be wrong but that seems like a face that says "OK I'll take your dare.....but this wouldn't be my first choice for how to spend my hike."
And it looks like her dare was two-sided!
And then of course you have an outdoor flash that wasn't part of a plan or dare.....just an accidental wardrobe malfunction.
And I'm going to conclude with this indoor/outdoor hybrid as a bridge to the next upcoming feature which will be about flashes that are somewhat public and risky......but indoors!