Silent Lamb Essential Meat Co.

If all the meat runs out, we always have each other!

~Hannibal Pecker

Who wants a fresh, plump wiener?

This wasn’t my first choice of location for this shoot, the first one being a tad more populated than I’d figured. However, I think it was better in mood although more confined in space. Also the graffiti helped (not my work!).

First off, I know I’ve been posting a lot of dark imagery lately. I don’t want anyone to worry that I’m hording fava beans and Chianti. I don’t even like liver! I do intend to do some hero stuff in my heroes and villains cosplays, and hope to even do some photo short fiction like a comic book.

But I’m still waiting on a lot of my props and the props I have available are mostly villainous. Also, the locations I’m limited in traveling to are mostly for my villainous shoots. I hope to have my first hero set done next week.

Mind you, the stories I have in my head are cyberpunk and post-apocalyptic, so they will still be gritty. Just don’t think I’m going psycho in quarantine!


  1. LovelyBraindrops

    I wouldn’t say you’re going crazy in quarantine … if anything, the current situation has played well into a genre you were already into, and has only deepened your creativity. A little touch of our muse into our reality can do incredible things to our creative minds!

    I think you are right; the ‘mood’ of this locale seems ideal. The dusty shadowy caste to the atmosphere is perfect. Something extemely vaguely made me think of ‘No Country for Old Men’, but I’m not sure what or why.

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      1. LovelyBraindrops

        That accounts for the dust! Nice choice! Interestingly, just the other day i was thinking the depot west of there would be good if not so close in proximity to a couple houses. Lots of potential close to home for sure.

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      2. LovelyBraindrops

        Rural America; where every front door is unlocked and every abandoned building is locked up tight and bedecked with ‘no trespassing’ type signage.

        Can only imagine what could be lurking in amongst the rotting wood, rusting metal, and mouldering grain … things i never thought of as a kid exploring every nook and cranny of old abandoned farm buildings.

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  2. Molly

    This is definitely very dark but I am a huge fan of dark. This one gives me some feels because I have a bit of fantasy about being chained up so this taps into that

    I love your work


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