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Dear Everyone,

Sorry I've been away from DA for so long, I'm working with a major health issue at the moment so only log in every so often. Please excuse my lack of replies to your lovely comments. I KNOW I will make a full recovery but don't yet know how long it will take. I'm unlikely to log into DA again for the next few months, but please keep the comments coming though, and I'll read them all on my return, I promise!

If you would like to help in any way, please simply visualise me fit and well and laughing and bouncing on my toes, I know it will make a huge difference!

With my love,


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McMasters99 Nov 13, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Hi, John -- I just attached a rave comment to your Becky hogtie photo, along with the question: What does 'four rivers' mean? When I see work I like, I'm naturally curious about it. Thanks.......Jason
Happy birthday!
Happy Birthday!
Hope things are improving for you! Your Kimberly Williams story is unlike anything I've ever read and I'd love to see it finished!
Corvon1181 May 6, 2013
Hi, i would love to wok with you sometime
duperhero Oct 26, 2012  Student Photographer
Happy birthday, John!
Happy birthday!
kimm-i Feb 10, 2012
hopes you are feeling better xxx
Got here for the first time today, and very pleased that I stumbled in. It's rare that one finds an artist who is indeed talented in multiple media, so I salute you! Your stories are graceful and inventive and erotic, and your bondage shots are nicely composed and delightful. Kudos to Becky, too!

One suggestion, if I may. As I noted, the bondage images are quite nicely composed, and the riggings well done (a salute to the rigger), but the damsels are entirely without facial expression, except when they are (horrors!) smiling. This absence of reaction and/or emotional response detracts from the fantasy of non-consensual bondage (we know the reality is otherwise), and so takes all the steam out of the image. The viewer would like to be able to suspend disbelief, and relies on whatever emotional cues are provided to get help with that task. So...give us some help!

I'm looking forward to returning, especially to the Kimberly Williams story.
sinisterbrain Nov 8, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Don't thank me for the follow, thank your work. It's quite pleasing to to the eyes. Nice!
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