The photo below became a favorite of mine the moment I saw it. It's an old photo, probably from the 70's, so it's been around a good long time, and has undoubtedly surfaced on a number of other blogs and sites out there. It originally appeared in a magazine called Sting. Sting was half the size of a normal magazine, and was dedicated to spanking stories, articles, letters and pictures, such as this one:
I like the hands-and-knees pose. The drop-seat jammies are adorable, as is her bared bottom. It's a pity this photo was taken before and not after a spanking--a blush of pink or red across her derriere would have elevated the photo to another level. But what really makes this photo stand out and makes it a favorite of mine is the lady's facial expression.
I love the attitude she seems to be giving off. She has a cute little pout playing across her face, which is always fun to see. Clearly she knows what is about to happen next--her overall look tells me that this isn't the first time it's happened, either.. There seems to be a mix of emotions playing on her face--anger mixed with helplessness. Is there such a thing as defiant resignation? Someone is about to get her attitude adjusted, and she clearly is none too happy about it.
That might have been the end of this blog entry, except that while searching for a picture for a different post through one of the three different stores of photos I have archived, I came across this--one I'd completely forgotten about:
It's clearly a companion to the first photo and shows, indeed, what happens next. Once again, the spankee's facial expression is perfect--that's exactly the sort of reaction you would expect to see. I'm not crazy about the positioning of the other two people in the photo--that's hardly an ideal place for a spanker to be standing, and what is the other lady doing there? Is she adding in her own swats? Or is she just doing her best to keep the naughty girl in place? It's not the greatest spanking photo in the world, but the fact that it is tied in with the first one does give it some redeeming value.
Now, for me, the question is this--Are there any more photos to this series out there? I don't recall ever seeing them, and I've exhausted the storage on my hard drive looking for more but with no luck. So I'm throwing the floor open to you, the readers--does anyone know of other photos in this set?