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Baltimore Play House (2012)

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Baltimore Play House (2012)

Back in 2012 we had the great pleasure of staying with Hammer, Roxy and Lochai in Baltimore after that year’s Shibaricon.

While this is something of a late blog I wanted to catch up some of the writings I always meant to do while I have the chance.

We really enjoyed Baltimore and rarely for us had a chance to wonder around a little and see a bit of Baltimore and have some excellent wine and food. We especially enjoyed sea food on the harbour where in typical style we ended up in a Japanese restaurant (recurring theme emerging here). Great crab none the less. Our hosts had told us that we must try the crab in Baltimore and they were very right about that.

We also did a little bit of shooting and tied and shot the lovely Bella.

Click here to see the full gallery!

We’d like to say thanks to everyone that made us feel so welcome in Baltimore.

One cool thing there was visiting the Baltimore Play House and giving an impromptu show there. The Play House has since fallen victim to a fire and that’s a shame as it was such a friendly place.

This video is thanks to our good friend Murphy (BlueRisk).

Thanks to everyone who came to see us at the Play House we had a blast. We really appreciated your kind words and hospitality.

D & C

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WykD_Dave (Dave Rickman) is a UK-based rope enthusiast, who now teaches and performs internationally accompanied by his partner Clover. He started exploring bondage 22 years ago and was autodidact for the first 17 years, until a lesson with rope professional Osada Steve changed his way of tying. Dave loves Japanese style rope work, and decided to dedicate himself to this. “It isn’t about the rope, it’s about the expression, the look in the eyes, the hopelessness, the agony”. Now, Dave feels fortunate to be asked to run workshops and tutorials all around the world. He takes great pleasure in seeing people get it and open their minds to what rope bondage can really be. “Not just a means of restraint but a much deeper and personally connected experience than any other I’ve ever found.” Most of the time, running into Dave means running into his lovely partner Clover. She is very passionate about rope, she models and performs, as well as makes impressive photos of Japanese rope work done by Dave. Her photography focusses on the feelings involved in rope play, not just the pretty ties, and she tells stories with her pictures. Dave: “Of course Clover’s a huge part of everything. Without her photography would people ever have noticed?”

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