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photoblog image Zyrynometry: A Secret Lick

Zyrynometry: A Secret Lick

 

A secret lick. 

A torn tongue.

A black of night.

A primal moan.

 

 

Zyrynometry: A Secret Lick

 

A secret lick. 

A torn tongue.

A black of night.

A primal moan.

 

 

comments (25)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 16 Jul 2010, 03:47
Looks like the exploring tongue got its tip torn on an unexpected item of body jewellery.

And...OMG...warts...

Perhaps the moan is a Primal Scream, seeking escape!

[Thanks, VZ...a subtle warning that one should "keep the light on when exploring unfamiliar terrain.]
vz-nostalgia: Thanks for the laugh, Ray. I really needed one. smile
"Keep the light on when exploring unfamiliar terrain". Is this one of Christopher Columbus quotes? smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 16 Jul 2010, 07:21
Well spotted & photographed Vik
vz-nostalgia: smile Geez... it's been a while since I saw "well spotted and photographed" cliche on Nostalgia, Chris. smile You must be going through tough times, if you struggle for words. smile
To tell you the truth, I spotted nothing. I built the whole thing from scratch, from teh idea to the composition. smile
  • iris
  • Germany
  • 16 Jul 2010, 07:21
vz-nostalgia: :
...their passion was so intense
so contagious and all-consuming
the night has closed her eyes
for not to be seduced...
  • Scarlet
  • Netherlands
  • 16 Jul 2010, 07:34
It feels prehistoric. I wonder if we will ever know where the primal moan came from?
vz-nostalgia: C'mon, Ms. Scarlet. Every woman should know where the primal moan comes from. smile
'X' rated ... Image and words

richard
vz-nostalgia: Oh, Richard, only a naughty mind can give X rating to an innocent image of an autumn leaf. smile
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 16 Jul 2010, 08:38
When l opened this up all l could think was where is this going to take Rays fertile mind
vz-nostalgia: It took him to the well explored by him territory, zed. The question I'm more intrested is where did it take you? smile
Great abstract!
vz-nostalgia: Oh, you are from Galway,Ms. Marion. I wonder if an Irish flute virtuoso James Galway is from Galway too. smile

Abstract? Didn't you really recognize the leaf and the wood with lichen in the picture? smile
  • Tony
  • US
  • 16 Jul 2010, 12:24
Oh the things in your head Viktor. You are...interesting.
vz-nostalgia: Those things are in YOUR head, Tony. That's a picture of a leaf. smile
  • Sergio
  • Atlanta, GA
  • 16 Jul 2010, 15:49
I agree wih the pre-historic comment. It conjours images of a dynosour's beak perhaps... Really great texture and detail. Your images always spark the imagination and sense of wonder. Thank you sir.
vz-nostalgia: :
Sergio: It conjours images of a dynosour's beak...
VZ: You are a proof that not everyone's mind swirls around X-rated thoughts, Sergio. smile

Sergio: Thank you sir.
VZ: My pleasure, Sergio. Stop by more often. smile
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 16 Jul 2010, 17:54
Ah wow, my brakes worked
I shall not be-smut thee
(any further) smile

or shall I? OK here goes and I will keep the parking brake on.

Something very black
and primal convulsed in him
at the sound of a raspy moan rising from deep
within her throat.
vz-nostalgia: Oh my... and that with the parking brake on! I can only imagine where you would drive brakes-free, Louis. smile
1,000,000 years BC Where's Ms welch??
vz-nostalgia: You woke up my childhood memories, Bill. smile and with that my childhood fantasies, risen out of watching barely clothed Raquel Welch on the color screen. smile I was probably twelve. smile
  • k.a.
  • s.a.
  • 17 Jul 2010, 04:46
'you should be far
from my excite
as when I kiss
I'll also bite'

k.a.

just kidding, just kidding, playing a bit with the rhythm and rhyme...(and my tongue lol)
vz-nostalgia: :
…I’ll stay away
from your excite
I can’t survive
your poison bite… smile
a torn tongue sounds very painful. there are too many nerve endings in the tongue for it to be comfortably torn.
nevertheless, your photograph is beautiful - the world as you uniquely see it.

as to the 'russian phrase' in tuesday's encore seraphine comic, the joke is rather obscure even in english.
there is a phrase in english called a 'baker's dozen.' it refers to a common convention of a bakery giving out an extra donut if you order twelve donuts. a baker's dozen really refers to thirteen rather than twelve items.
the phrase i used is a play on that: how many bakers in a baker's dozen?
it's rather absurd (and in my mind a bit funny) which is why i used it in my comic. i wanted to capture the unreal sensation of an innocent being officially interrogated.
vz-nostalgia: :
Sera: ...there are too many nerve endings in the tongue for it to be comfortably torn.
VZ: How much comfort could we find in the fight of two tongues, when in teh madness of passion his/her teeth have joined the fight for a momentary ménage à trois, Ms. Sera?

You don't have to explain about teh baker's dozen on Nostalgia. A private email would suffice. smile
  • JACK MARGOLIS
  • South Africa
  • 18 Jul 2010, 11:17
brilliant macro/concept
vz-nostalgia: It was a long journey from a concept to the final result, Jack. smile
The power of suggestion + imagination = a moment of ecstasy!
vz-nostalgia: That tells me you were not bad at math, Ms. Pixie, smile (in your own way smile).
oh i committed a faux pas. i'm sorry viktor.
i've drunk wine without tilting my head before too, spilling it on myself.
i live to learn to forget again.
vz-nostalgia: smile Most of us learn to live, and you say you live to learn, Ms. Sera? smile
are you a little bit French my friend? cause you listen CAMILLE : LE FIL (french songs!)
vz-nostalgia: Well, I listen to Miles Davis, Paco de Lucia, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Ali Farka Toure, and Ravi Shankar too. Does that make me a little bit of black American, Andalusian, Brazilian, West African, and Indian as well? smile
  • Olga
  • Spain
  • 25 Jul 2010, 18:57
Very good B/W.
Simple, perfect
vz-nostalgia: smile It is not an easy task to be simple, Ms. Olga. smile
  • Marie
  • France
  • 28 Jul 2010, 16:40
très beau cadrage, et superbe noir et blanc.
vz-nostalgia: If you keep going at this rate, soon you will run out of superlatives, Ms. Marie. smile
the autumn leaf, the torn tongue...the primal moan, they both seem to be experiencing pleasure .
vz-nostalgia: I see no reason why not. Ms. Toun. Let's squeeze pleasure to the last drop from all that surrounds us. This life is short, and we have no idea what waits for us in the after-life. smile
this is an erogenous peice of work. i love it
dark and mysterious - wonderful image
vz-nostalgia: Darkness and mystery always go well together, aren't they, Harry? Without them Film Noir movies will be just another silly detective stories. smile
  • Jennie
  • United States
  • 19 Aug 2010, 23:19
Browsing your gallery. Amazing work!
  • k@
  • France
  • 20 Aug 2010, 19:09
I like this one, seems a tongue, for sure, out of a costume ! Erotic fabric rocks with elegance...
vz-nostalgia: A costume? Or a skirt, Ms. K@? smile
  • Chantal
  • United Kingdom
  • 11 Oct 2010, 09:10
beautiful!!!
vz-nostalgia: what did you find so appealing here, Ms. Chantal?
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