Here is some rope minimalism from some time ago. Originally this came up because of someone saying that 6 feet of rope was 'obviously' too short to do any bondage with. So here are a few ties done with a 6 foot length of rope doubled to make it only 3 feet of working length. It's interesting to see what can be done when you place a deliberate restriction on yourself and challenge yourself to be creative within the parameters of that restriction. I was determined that these not be simply for show but that they be obviously practical effective bondage too.
There are a few places around the world that feel like coming home for us. They say that home is where the heart is. I think this is true. Our memories of places and events are inextricably entwined with the people we met and the experience we had. It's quite something to recognise that 'going home' feeling as we make our way to an event thousands of miles from our actual home. It's very much a sensation of going home and seeing old friends. Though it's always a bit of a downer to have to go back to everyday life after having a great time there's always that thought of next time. The year will soon be drawing to a close. Next year we get to go home again, and again...
Tying the whole rope. Binding the whole person. Fucking you, the whole way up!
Rope date with Jack and Zahara in London was a very fun event for us. Held in The Resistance Gallery in Bethnal Green the venue had a great atmosphere. After party Shibari rope bondage performance flyer. The gallery has had some bad fortune recently with a fire wrecking most of the place. Their Resistance rising campaign is here. At night and with limited lighting running on extension leads this venue really was a dark and underground experience. The perfect venue therefore for some nice harsh rope bondage. I had fun putting Clover through some nasty stuff. We had all-round a great time in London with the slight exception of the car's exhaust breaking half way down the motorway making progress there and all the way back more than a little 'loud' though I think we were getting used to it by the time we got home. I have to say a special thank you to Jack and Zahara for organising some great accommodation in a nearby hotel, not every event is so considerate. It was nice not to have to drive back in the night and it allowed us to start Sunday well with a lovely breakfast by the West Boating Lake. Outdoor breakfast with friends on a glorious and unseasonally warm Autumn day. What better opening to Sunday? Full gallery can be viewed here.