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Over the weekend, we were taking Passport 37 from St Micheals to Little Creek, VA and get her ready to sail up to Block Island and beyond this Summer.

I took two relatively new Suicide Girls models along for the trip. Along the way I did a shoot for them separately.

Here are the PG version of the two:





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Tough job, but I guess someone's gotta do it...
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Re: Mermaids in the Bay

Dude, why is it you always ask us for help, feedback, etc., EXCEPT when you're doing a run like this?
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Re: Mermaids in the Bay

what we really wanna know is where are the non PG versions? LOL
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Re: Mermaids in the Bay

Thats why peopleshouldnt buy off the internet site unseen.

The price was too high in the beginning and its still too high. Not woth bugger all now!
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Dude, why is it you always ask us for help, feedback, etc., EXCEPT when you're doing a run like this?
LOL..... damn spilled my afternoon tea all over my keyboard. But it's still werking.....

I don't have many captains volunteer to their service. Most of them refuse to let me to do the shot. It is hard work. In additional to handling boat, they need to hold the reflector, strobe, flag, etc. The hardest part is to apply baby oil or suntan lotion all over their body especially their butt and breast. The sad part is you need to do it for free and act like it is the hardest work and to pretend you don't like it.

I don't have much luck find boats.

Here is another one:
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Over the weekend, We were taking Passport 37 from St Micheals to Little Creek, VA and get her ready to sail up to Block Island and beyond this Summer.

I took two relative new Suicide Girls models along for the trip. Along the way I did a shoot for them separately.

Here are the PG version of the two:





What? You could not get them to do it jointly? Man that sucks....
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what we really wanna know is where are the non PG versions? LOL
For this set, once Suicide Girls accepts it. I can post the rest, but not on Sailnet. This is a family site. Although there are lots of pop up links for adult links here on Sailnet, recently Sailnet have set up a forum for grownup hook up. This may signal things to come.

It is their house, they can run however they like. I have no opinions of my own, I follow their rules.
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What? You could not get them to do it jointly? Man that sucks....
Way too much work for me shooting dual when they have not much experience in posing. They know each well and both are Bi, I am sure some time down the road I will shoot them together. The sad part the pay is the same.
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Way too much work for me shooting dual when they have not much experience in posing. They know each well and both are Bi, I am sure some time down the road I will shoot them together. The sad part the pay is the same.
Some things have to be done for the greater good.

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