I admit it… I’m an exhibitionist.
In my world I take personal responsibility for my actions, I always have and I hope I always will. But there is one person who got the ball rolling in this area (having been very reluctant to be in photographs clothed, let alone baring my flesh- in public or on camera- before I met him) and many more who have embedded that learning for me by being such fine examples of body positivity.
I also happen to be a mischief maker.
And it seems that is a little bit infectious. With a growing selection of willing accomplices I seem to have built up a collection of Scavenger Hunt locations to share. It is no secret I would like to catch up to the Scavenger Hunt Queen, after all. The problem I have now is deciding which order to share them in! Do I wait and include them in posts I was due to write anyway? Or do I run off on a tangent and have a side project of risky public exposure? Maybe a bit of both…? As it is me there will need to be some flexibility to this, but I aim to share one Scavenger hunt post a week. If it fits with what I have planned to write then awesome, if not that’s ok too.
During Every Damn Day in June I feel like I learnt a lot, and as a result I am hoping to take a more organised approach to my little corner of the internet, and also to spread the love of other bloggers a little more. With this in mind I will be choosing a fellow scavenger to share alongside me each week, with their matching location. There are some amazing exhibitionists sharing on their blogs already, but I wonder if anyone else will be tempted to join in? Maybe us hunters can inspire a few more?
Now that is sorted, where shall I start?
“Fabulous. The great adventure continues. And I’m along for the ride!”
So, for my twentieth scavenger hunt location, it seemed only right that if he is along for the ride I had better get in the car. Or, more accurately, ON the car.
I love the images created by Purple Sole and Little Gem, whose post Car Polishing Service? captured my imagination. Gem is so elegantly balanced, and they have created a cheeky yet beautiful photograph.