BarelyEvil: Barbie And The 18-Wheeler

Alright, here’s a bit of a confession. I’m a country girl. Not a country girl at heart, no- when this description talks about the “small town” with less than 1,000 people, I totally get it. Maybe that’s why I like Barbie so much. Maybe it’s because she always has really cool shoots like this one with a transport truck- I mean, who doesn’t think transport trucks are cool, right? It was hard not to include all the pictures in this post, because they were all so cool. Barbie looks like she is honestly having fun with this set, and she looks smokin’ doing it.

It seems like BarelyEvil always has girls who know how to plan a unique set, and today it’s no different. Barbie jumps right onto the 18-wheeler and poses. I’ve always thought big trucks were cool- but this takes the cake for me. And the beautiful Barbie with a perfect ass is like the cherry on top.

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Blue Blood’s BarelyEvil writes:

Another set taken in small town Maine, the location for this shoot was an old lumber mill that was home to various heavy equipment, including this impressive truck. With the mill closed on Sundays, Barbie jumped at the chance to pose with this 18-wheeler. Her shirt, which reads “Country Girl,” was an appropriate choice considering we were truly out in the country. In fact, the remote town of Clifton, where this now-defunct mill was located, has a population of less than 1,000 people. The lighting wasn’t being very cooperative, with the sun poking out one second only to vanish behind a cloud the next, but we managed to get a few decent pictures in. We put this mill to good use, using it as the setting for several photo shoots that day.
-Doug Markwith

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