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Black Love is Revolutionary

Black Love is Revolutionary

The powers that be are doing everything they can to prove black lives don’t matter. Eric Garner. Michale Brown Jr. Tanisha Anderson. Tamir Rice. Eric Harris. Walter Scott. Freddie Gray. Trayvon Martin. Amadou Diallo. Kendra James. Sean Bell. Alton Sterling.The list goes on… the struggle continues… And these to two young black militants were proving them wrong by any means necessary. On the run, tr...

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pgp408: in that window down the hall

pgp408: in that window down the hall

We took a moment. In the midst of working on images for a forthcoming feature and the promo images for our AfroSocial event in Atlanta, I had the fortune to see earthSista Phoenyx stand by the window in the studio down the hall in between sets… and I was inspired. Lightly draped in gold leaf pain, lovingly applied by the artist Ashaunti, her beautiful figure was delicately accentuated in silhouett...

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Lakeside Stroll POV – Jae Stewy

Lakeside Stroll POV – Jae Stewy

My brand KinkScape Fotography defines BDSM, fetish, sensual erotica photography that intends to visualize artful images of the most exquisitely, erotic, images in the art, class, quality, style, sensuality experience. Lakeside Stroll provided me the opportunity to capture black sensual erotica in a outdoor environment. I have done at a few sensual nude shoot outdoors before so it wasn’t some...

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Raine’s Nature Part 2: The Lake

Raine’s Nature Part 2: The Lake

Last Sunday we returned to the lake. It was our annual Fall Nature Stroll where the earthSistas and earthBrothas host a group of photographers and cultivators on an excursion through nature. The Cultivators are the purveyors of the “culture that cultivates an Afrosensual Aesthetic.” It was such an inspired morning that it led to reflections of moments on another Nature Stroll… Zeus DaShaman is Cul...

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RaeOfLite… a babbling brook communion

RaeOfLite… a babbling brook communion

When earthSista RaeOfLite stepped from the sun-drenched wooden gazebo that stretched across a small lake to bridge that reached back to land, she ducked down into all of the over growth and found a small babbling brook to wade in. Under the shade of brush and branch, the breeze was cool and the water was refreshing. The natural melody of the trickling of the tiny stream was soothing. And with life...

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Fury… her day at the Farm

Fury… her day at the Farm

She’s all glam and swagger. Uninhibited, she dares you. Baring all, she seduces you. She is earthSista FURY, an upbeat, energetic ball of fire on a hot summer day.  And it was hot. That summer day at the Goat Farm in Atlanta, we dipped beneath the shade of nature reclaiming her own from the urban sprawl. FURY danced and posed under the glistening of the sun. Her make-up was on point and she ...

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A twist revisited…

A twist revisited…

Years ago… a story was told of earthBrotha Masai asking a earthSista Lotus to twist his locs. It was an early morning when they would go to that room in the back of the house that nobody went to and steal a moment of authentic intimacy. Years ago we captured that moment leaving so many pieces of it on the cutting room floor. Today we revisit those pieces. Again this is a revisit of the collection ...

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GoddessYEME and her uneasy KING

GoddessYEME and her uneasy KING

When the day was over and his head was low and the drink was not enough, the GoddessYEME was there. She felt his struggles because his pains were hers, just as hers’ had always been his. So with a single, delicate touch, the frustrations of a day’s trials began to easy. The nubile Goddess dipped her hands into the oils and generously applied them to her body until she was practically dripping in t...

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Kenya’s Afrobeat

Kenya’s Afrobeat

I am a photographer based in the Atlanta area. I am a self-taught photographer, but I do not like that term because I have learned so much from other photographers and I like giving credit where credit is due. There are three people that I have to give credit to for helping me in learning so much about photography and they are Michelle Hudddleston, Vincent Christie and Marc Turnley. Thank you guys...

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pgp394: 30 minutes in the Garden with Chanel.Black

pgp394: 30 minutes in the Garden with Chanel.Black

Chanel.Black – epic, afrosensual & fierce  She spent her 30 Minutes in the Garden styled as though she was stepping out of the Matrix and into a tutu. And she was creatively fierce the whole time. Creative fierceness. That describes her style to a tee. In the backyard of Atlanta’s Goat Farm, she strode defiantly against the deconstructed backdrop with a supremely cool attitude that could...

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