In questa foto non c’Ă¨ un colore dominante Ă¨ un tutt’uno
… vestito scale muro … poi lo sbuffo sul retro del vestito le fa sembrare le gambe corte nonostante tu abbia scattato da parecchi gradini piĂą in basso rispetto a lei :(
I like how comfortable this is, from head to toe. Even the sandals look practical and comfy. I just add a matching handknit bolero jacket and then I’d be all set for air-conditioned restaurants and offices.
She is a living statue, the flow of her dress and her hair is graceful and the color of the dress blends in the background beautifully.
Only the camera brings me to reality, because she looks like a dream.
I like that you incorporated her into the statue behind her – so it all looks like one piece of art. (Is she the one you commented on her strong legs, and set off a firestorm about women’s body types?)
Anyway – I love that you made her a noble of work of art!
This is a perfect picture, a woman all in white in the soft daylight. The white wall and the bass relief just reflect the same all white and shades of light grey as her. It was magical, that is, until I saw the daisy earrings. Then it got better.
I continue to be amazed at your ability to combine people you encounter with the architecture and backgrounds available in such meaningful ways. In this case, the background you chose puts her simple white dress in a classical context. It makes the camera seem almost anachronistic. Very nice work!
Quite evocative of the Classical Period…in Greek mythology the Musai (Muses) were the goddesses of music, song and dance…sources of inspiration: Some have names; Kalliope, epic poetry; Erato, erotic poetry; Euterpe, lyric poetry. I submit that, conceptually, this is a composition of a photography Muse, whose name is whatever Scott decides.
You know that is interesting; I have seen the most horrible, insulting, derisive comments about women who are slender, and no one thinks its wrong to judge someone like that. In fact its impossible to stop people from being catty to thin women. But someone uses the word “curvy” in a positive way and its a crime? I just don’t get it. As long as people think its ok to insult thin women, then its certainly ok to simply talk about bigger women, right?