It takes a beautiful, healthy body and lots of confidence to wear these “clinging” dresses. The contrast between those very fitted dresses and the loose, free hair is extraordinary !
When are we going to see Celia”s face ?
I will second that hair emotion. Great long hair is hugely attractive…and I’ve always loved black women who have the head of naturally springy hair. It’s hard to keep that kind of hair through life as some follicles go dormant, but whatever a woman can do to keep a full head of hair throughout will be an asset to her personal and professional life.
Scott, the photo in the red dress is my all time favourite picture of yours. It was actually the reason why I bought your first book. I remember it so well. She is stunning and somehow you manage to capture her energy and spirit, I am imagining what kind of person she is even though I do not know her at all, neither have I seen her face. That is so great!
I wish our beautiful young ladies would look up from their phones and see all the other beauty out in the world. Ironic that Scott, with his camera, always seeks to take in the kaleidoscope, but so many of his subjects are absorbed in a tiny screen in their hands. Toss your phones, my ladies, and enjoy the world as you find it!
OK SCOTT, I SERIOUSLY NEED TO KNOW WHAT CELIA LOOKS LIKE…FROM THE FRONT! THE ANTICIPATION IS KEEPING ME UP! I’M SECRETLY HOPING THAT THERE IS MORE THAN A PASSING RESEMBLANCE TO MICK HUCKNAL… PEUT-√äTRE ???
Wow! I wonder what happened after four years to such a great change; she looks so beautiful and elegant in that red dress; really fits her and protrudes the hips so sexily! I love the dress, it is my taste!
HA! she was a highlight for me back in 2008. So much so that I had the shot printed and put on my “Bevy of Beauties” bulletin board (an actual bulletin board in my office.) Glad to see great taste stands the test of time.