Editor’s Note: Jay’s upskirt, downblouse, see through and car wash hunting adventures on the Kirsten Storyboard back in the late 90′s were some of the first blog entries ever. The term “blog” may not have been coined back then and there was certainly no WordPress or much concern about SEO, but Jay was doing what we now know as blogging. He had his adventures and then wrote about them and showed us his pictures.
This is one of Jay’s first adventures on the Kirsten Storyboard. He goes to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor tourist attraction to see what he can see and ends up getting a great downblouse. Now, since we’re talking about the analog era and even a pocket cam, the pictures are not what we’ve lately come to expect in quality and it’s difficult to see some things. And he was there and I wasn’t. But his primary subject here appears unladylike in some of the pictures and certainly is not very well endowed in the breast department. And that choker, is there and Adam’s Apple under there or is it just a fashion statement? Enjoy the story and downblouse pictures and decide for yourself.
JAY: It’s funny how a little thing can change a whole day. I was about to leave home and planning to stop at a zoo during a day of travel. I think the petting zoo could have a bundle of downblouse possibilities. But on my way out, I decided to have a bowl of ice cream so I wouldn’t have to go for lunch so soon. The computer was off, not worth bootup time, so I turned on the tube for a minute. There was a report on all the goings on at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. I’ve always heard it was a scene there, so I decided the zoo could wait.
About an hour away, I’m on a country highway, not an interstate, so when I see this young lady bending, as I zoom by at 65, I have to go a quarter mile and come back. The best shot would’ve been right there on the shoulder of the other side of the street, now that I’ve got a little zoom power (200mm). The sun angle was great, and she was fully bending from the waist, facing the highway. They were cleaning up from a little garage sale on a lawn of a convenience store. There was enough action at the store that I was unnoticed in the parking lot. I held up a large, opened road atlas, and no one could see me aim the camera and shoot this.
She never quite gave the amazing sight she aimed right at the road, but I was still glad I stopped. Here’s another combo pic of her.