I love the photos we have shared. Each one is a precious moment of my life. The photos below are just a few of them. If there is a photo you would like to see, please let us know. We love to share them.
One day, the universe will have a way of saving the people who shared our love for each other, no matter what.
For now, the internet is still a bit of a dark place, and most sites and blogs that are accessible often only allow for viewing on mobile devices, which means some of the images below are best viewed only on your computer. It’s also worth noting that the photos are some of the best we’ve done (although they aren’t the best we’ve done).
You know, we were planning on going to one of our favorite sites for sexy and beautiful photos, but the site has been taken over by a bunch of zombies! We still might go to the other site, but we dont think anyone should be posting a photo or two of themselves in the dark.
We are still using their server and have not had to disable our security. In fact, we have a number of new photo sets for you to view.
We do have multiple sets, so our best bet would be to go to one of the new sites to view the photos and get them to be more similar in look, feel, and feel to the photos. In this case, we dont need to go to the other site.
The reason is because the photos are still hosted by the same servers that the original pictures were. Our servers do not have the same ability to manipulate image files as most other websites do, so we dont think the photos should be hosted anywhere else. We also don’t think anyone should be posting a photo or two of themselves in the dark.
We agree with you. The photos shouldnt be shared. If we have any say in what photos should be shared, we would probably be saying the same thing.
The big picture is that the photos are not ours. They were taken by a photographer at one of the site’s venues, and the pictures are posted on our servers. So the person who took the pictures is the photographer. The other person who posted them on our servers is the photographer who took the photos. All of the images are still hosted by the same server. In other words, the site has no control over the photos and their owners.
The key question, then, is how do you keep the photos on their servers and not on the servers themselves, so that the photos can be shared with others? The answer is that we need to make sure that everyone is making the best of the situation and getting the photos on their servers.