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© Copyright (c) Michael Ezra 2001

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I love this picture! I don't say that often so let me tell you why. You've taken some of the best sex bits and posed/lighted/exposed them such that they become a beautiful sculpture. These- along with nude 8 I believe?- sculptures elevate a dull (yes- I said dull) subject (the over-shot female form) above itself to something that can be admired aesthetically without drooling. There are hundreds- if not thousands- of women's asses on this site that are almost exclusively shot and rated for their whistle evoking roundness- rather than the original and pleasing artisitic composition that the photographer can potentially make from them. You've done that. Now- would you please find beauty and originality in the more common-place "skinny" and "fat" female forms- and I'll respect you in the morning.

 

Finally, for all you guys (AND GALS) out there exposing women with no real purpose other than lighted T&A- get a clue and take the challenge!

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Beautifully composed but, sorry I just don't know where to look!I keep trying to get in closer to you know, the centre as it were.Probably just a dirty old man!
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I love the application of the "rule of thirds". In your hands, the timeless subject matter gains new interest.

 

Keep posting Michael.

 

Brian

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The thought that certain body parts are inappropriate for photography is absurd!

 

Why can't people grow up and get out of the dark ages. The human body, especially the female form, is the first image any of us are exposed to. To lock away parts of our body's is to deny that they exist.

Bravo for freeing yourself from the stigma associated with genitalia!

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one thing that strikes me about this is how closely it resembles a pear. i really like your metamorphosis and i think that the same idea could be applied here. take a new approach at the old comparison of a woman to the shape of a pear. by using a larger model (or doing a little work on the pic) you could make the curves a little more curvy and digitally alter the feet to become a stem. you see what i'm getting at.

 

just a few thoughts...they work in my head but i'd like to see if it really would or not.

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The thought that certain body parts are inappropriate for photography is absurd!

it used to be a game of shades and mistery and depth. nowadays it's just coldblood scrutiny of naked empty surfaces.

some people may prefer the first way. is this absurdity?

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