Today was a busy day without an opportunity to photograph until after dinner. I was thinking of the Wallace Stevens poem "Study of Two Pears" and set up a still life with pears from the dining room. I decided to shoot hand-held with a slit lens and a pinhole lens, concentrating on the curves of the pears. When I started to look at the images, several struck me in a more sensuous way than I had expected. I picked this image, and titled it:
"He could still recall the feel of his hand between her legs, her curves bulging at the base, passion flowering over her skin"