That casual posture, and those eyes. 

Aleksandra Rastovic by Pamela Hanson

That casual posture, and those eyes.

Aleksandra Rastovic by Pamela Hanson

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More casual sexuality. More missed heartbeats.

More casual sexuality. More missed heartbeats.

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Ahh… that spray of freckles! The casual peek. Those eyes and that tilde smile! And the hat, of course. The hat. 
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Ahh… that spray of freckles! The casual peek. Those eyes and that tilde smile! And the hat, of course. The hat.

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vanina kovalSky

Love her casual pose. I must admit that a LOT of photographers lose me by overly posing, as if we’re still doing Renaissance paintings for clientele that need to be persuaded that this is ART. Aren’t we past that, or… aren’t we to the point where we can say, “Hey. Fuck off. A naked person IS art.” My favorite artists (off the top of my head, and at this moment) are Degas, Otto Dix, Suzanne Valadon, and van Gogh. None of them ever made a single painting as wonderful to see as this woman. 

Love her casual pose. I must admit that a LOT of photographers lose me by overly posing, as if we’re still doing Renaissance paintings for clientele that need to be persuaded that this is ART. Aren’t we past that, or… aren’t we to the point where we can say, “Hey. Fuck off. A naked person IS art.” My favorite artists (off the top of my head, and at this moment) are Degas, Otto Dix, Suzanne Valadon, and van Gogh. None of them ever made a single painting as wonderful to see as this woman. 

LOTS of things to like about this image, such as the woman’s eyes, the sharp delineations of her areolae, that thing about two girls having sex with each other (#1 on the charts for seven millennia!) and the bruises on the woman’s leg (ahh… a mystery… how did she get THOSE, and was it SEXY?) and then especially the casual acceptance of pleasure… but I think the most interesting part is how the stripes of the chair all lead to the sitting woman’s nether regions. Even the stripes on the curtain tell the tale… pointing to candyland.
That carpet ruins the effect, though. Stupid carpet.

LOTS of things to like about this image, such as the woman’s eyes, the sharp delineations of her areolae, that thing about two girls having sex with each other (#1 on the charts for seven millennia!) and the bruises on the woman’s leg (ahh… a mystery… how did she get THOSE, and was it SEXY?) and then especially the casual acceptance of pleasure… but I think the most interesting part is how the stripes of the chair all lead to the sitting woman’s nether regions. Even the stripes on the curtain tell the tale… pointing to candyland.

That carpet ruins the effect, though. Stupid carpet.

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