Scott, I love this shot so much. The way they both look at the camera, that man’s striking, unique features and his dark “romantique” outfit. I had not commented in a while but I had to. Just noticed her tattoos, they blend so well with the rest of her!
Francoise’s comment covered what I wanted to write. The composition here is so strong, Scott Schulman! It will probably be a great favourite. They both have gorgeously arresting faces – and bone structure. Highly captivating.
Well, “notagardenguru,” I would not say it was obvious, but I agree that it is possible that the person on the left may have been biologically a male at birth….
Seeing this photo, I feel compelled (once again) to point out to readers of Scott’s site that there are many serious risks to having tattoos, from contaminated and/or carcinogenic inks (which can migrate into the bloodstream and thus to all major organ systems) to infections and infectious diseases arising from non-sterile tattooing. There is a reason why the U.S. FDA and virtually all of the E.U. public health ministries warn consumers against the negative health effects of this practice. It never ceases to amaze me when people who espouse healthy lifestyles nevertheless allow themselves to be injected with industrial chemicals made with little or no quality control by small, largely unregulated companies; these injections are typically performed by largely unregulated store-front (and fly-by-night) operators with little or no training in sterile technique. CAVEAT EMPTOR.