Fooling around with book covers while teetering on the edge

I may have mentioned I was a flight attendant once. Back in the mid 90s we didn’t have smartphones or social media, so I don’t have access to photos that I want to use for one of my anthologies I’m working on.

Anyway, I played around recreating some images by wearing similar clothes and heels and pulling a suitcase. It’s not completely accurate (for one thing, my heels back then we’re patent leather and higher, and my skirt shorter and tighter) but it’s close enough.

If I do decide to use this idea (walking legs pulling a suitcase) on a cover, I’ll recreate the scene somewhere more realistic and snap new photos. Like, not in front of a Billy bookcase, for instance. πŸ˜‚

So, a little fun, a little self-promotion, and a little ego boost that my legs managed to age with grace. 😊

Which image do you like? I’m kind of partial to the black and white but actually prefer the standing rather than walking shot. Thoughts?

I’m slipping. I can feel it. The pull of the deep dark pit is strong, trying to overwhelm me and upset my equilibrium. Here’s hoping I can teeter far away from the edge and avoid falling in.

33 thoughts on “Fooling around with book covers while teetering on the edge

  1. You could do a black and white standing πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ best of both worlds? And yes your legs look great first thing I noticed.

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  2. Your shoes look like they are slipping off as you walk, your legs look great but did your feet shrink ? I like the standing pose but black and white is more catching..even if you just do a spot of color within the image.

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