Oh! You pretty things


by sub-Bee

Sinful Sunday

It’s very rare that I’m genuinely moved by the passing of a celebrity, saddened maybe by the loss of talent but not emotional. However, when I awoke on Monday and saw the news of David Bowie’s death break I was stopped in my tracks and by the time I reached work, tears were pricking my eyes.

I grew up surrounded by his music. As with all children I mostly hated my Dad’s taste in music but with Bowie I couldn’t disagree, his diversity and unique voice always captivated me. Not only that, he introduced The Snowman and I loved that film as a child! I was lucky enough to have met him too although, sadly, I never got to see him perform.

I’ve been trying to find a way to pay my tributes all week, so many of his songs hold a deep meaning for me, I keep finding myself humming and singing them in my head this week! Then it came to me, every time Sir gets the beautiful needles out and he’s busy prepping and laying everything out and I can’t wait to find out what his plans for the scene will be I always find Oh! You pretty things is going round in my head and I find myself smiling. Now I think it will always play a role in how I get my head into the right space.

So David, thank you for the music and thank you for the smiles.

Written by sub-Bee

Kinky submissive who loves to share her naughty side here at atosubbee.com

You can also find me here: @sub_bee

16 thoughts on “Oh! You pretty things”

  1. SassyCat says:

    Such a shock to hear of David’s passing, not to mention all the other rockers that have passed away in the past few weeks.
    Your photo is such perfect. Perfect marco and a bit of blur. minimal and simple and damn perfect!!!

  2. MsriaSibylla says:

    Gorgeous photo, the close up is amazing! And a lovely tribute.

  3. Newt says:

    Absolutely love this. Beautiful tribute.

  4. Simina says:

    Before I read the text I sat here for a while trying to figure out what those were. I assumed needles, but wasn’t sure. Probably because I’ve never seen the tips that close before.

  5. Malin James says:

    Wow. I know everyone has already said this, but this really is perfect. Beautiful tribute.

  6. the photographer says:


  7. Exposing40 says:

    Oh! Perfect. Xx

  8. Dawn says:

    Great tribute 🙂

  9. Marie Rebelle says:

    Absolutely gorgeous image and a great tribute!

    Rebel xox

  10. KaziG says:

    Lovely macro shot and an excellent tribute!! 🙂

    ~Kazi xxx

  11. kat says:

    An amazing close up shot! And a touching tribute too.

  12. Jo says:

    Wow! This photo is incredible! What an amazing closeup.

  13. kinkybikermom says:

    lovely tribute to David Bowie his music will ensure that he lives on in our hearts and minds forever… he is sadly missed and mourned by many many people even if we did not know him as a person we knew him through his music

  14. f dot leonora says:

    what a lovely tribute, the close-up is lovely–it looked like writing implements to me and seemed poetic…

  15. The Other Livvy says:

    That is such an amazing photo, so focussed and clinical. It’s great! And what a great way to pay tribute. Xxx

  16. Molly says:

    Firstly wow what an image and secondly what a lovely tribute to Bowie. I had forgotten he did the intro to The Snowman and like you I love that movie


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