As you know if you’ve been following along, Mauro and I made it out to the Church Street Fetish Fair. Gotta say, it was, well, something to see. But everybody was having a gay ol’ time and at the end of the day that’s all that really matters, right? It was nice to see the event was pet friendly, even if your pet happens to walk on two limbs rather than the usual four, as you can plainly see in the photo above. I started off processing this in colour and really had something going on, too, but I kept going back to this. In the end, this photo won. It had a sort of surreal, dreamlike quality that I feel goes well with, um, pets. 😉 Hope you like it. Hold onto your hats this week because you’re gonna see some pretty freaky, photolitious stuff. We ain’t in Kansas anymore…
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