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23 Jan 2014 8:03PM
Lovely image and interplay.


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pablophotographer 6 921 331
23 Jan 2014 8:34PM

I am a fan of black and white photography but it is the sheer elegance of the model's pose that drew my attention. Her feet look placed graciously on the stone surface and they could be an assignment on its own right. The lack of expression and coldness of the face might be due to the suspension from the branches, I can't blame her for that, I will only applaud her attempt to do it.

I consider the following as little imperfections of lesser importance: The wall on the right takes roughly 1/7th of the total picture width, without adding too much in it. That last vertical one seventh on the right contains a beautiful acme of the brick wall and some very bright leaves. I would leave out the half part from the right to move it over to the left and have some space between her feet and the left edge of the frame. Someone could also cut off the right brick wall completely and then the model is perfectly placed (shoulder and feet) with the same amount of space from the edges of the frame. Another issue is her cut-off right arm - but this might be due to the effort to balance(?). Another issue is the hiding of her left eye and part of her face and the final issue the overexposure of the dress details on her bust.

Yet, the overall impact still looks beautiful!
PranavMishra 5 52 17 India
24 Jan 2014 2:41AM
wonderfully lacks the glamour element.. though there's enough present in it..
I love the idea, conviction and simplicity about it..
and it certainly highlights her in a great way.. because there's no other who would do that, sit like that..
and also connects very well to the theme nature..
I feel it's a beautiful image..
photoion 10 59 United Kingdom
24 Jan 2014 8:11AM
is not what you look at matters, is what you see!

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