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  • Simone

    Nice to see an image well made, that moves away from the standard 'romantic/classical?' type of model pose.
    Well done.
    Mono version would be interesting to see?
    • 10 Nov 2014 8:46PM
  • Retained innocence

    A wonderful honest demure image of a brave lady, is this reminiscent of her life in the 60's?
    • 5 Mar 2013 6:59PM
  • Bink The Thinker

    She's nice. I prefer the plain ol' vanilla B&W version. your lighting brings out the contours of a very nice figure.
    • 5 Mar 2013 6:21PM
  • Film huh?

    "personal issues with mono", are you colour blind?
    • 19 Oct 2009 6:47PM
  • ?????

    It's a Slinky?
    • 13 Jan 2007 11:53PM
  • Faster

    looks good, great sense of freedom. why so small?
    fred
    • 13 Nov 2006 4:46PM
  • Bedraggled

    nice image good sharpness and colour saturation. ugly looking critter though.
    fred
    • 12 Nov 2006 3:44PM
  • Hi,
    I've been looking at your images and reading you comments ref the 50's look. To my mind a part of how you could improve the ambience would be to exaggerate your own posture. A as child of that era, I remember that most of the images were all (excuse me) boobs belly and bum. If you were to strike a more exaggerated posture and either stick the relevant bits out or suck them in, a-la Marylin M. Would that not help to get the look you are seeking? Perhaps have a look at Dita von Teese.
    Regards
    Fred
    • Posted on rah's profile
    • 17 Nov 2007 12:05PM
  • some good bird images, like the feathered one's too.
    • Posted on A Booth's profile
    • 6 Jul 2006 10:18PM