This is the third gallery of Lisa B that is to appear on Graceful Nudes. I don't know why, but I always find her photos to be charming. I first saw this gallery while listening to Apocalyptica and I now feel that life is great. I personally started to love Rapahel's works and his galleries with Lisa show a remarkable photographing skill. Lisa sure did help him with those photo shoots as she's very comfortable and very cheerful, this is somewhat rare.
I just can't find any words which are good enough to describe this Met-Art gallery, so I will let you enjoy it.
Lisa B has such a charming smile that you will leave all the images and just concentrate on her wonderful and innocent smile. I remember the last Idilea gallery that I have posted a while ago, and I can't tell you how glad I am to see her again.
I personally prefer the galleries at which the models are actually having fun and their nudity isn't making them self-conscious. No matter how many nude galleries I have seen, I will always look at those galleries and feel glad that some photographers are able to capture the true essence of non-sexual nudity, which is the most inspiring nudity of all.
I hope that you will enjoy this Lisa B Net-Art gallery by Raphael.
This is one of the galleries that make you love a certain photographer and Raphael won't take much time to be on the list of my favorite photographers if he keeps on producing galleries this beautiful.
I am used to all different types of galleries from Met-Art, it's normal to find galleries that you won't like and other galleries that you will fall in love with, this is the case with this gallery. It's "love at the first sight", it's really hard to find galleries of innocent-looking young women that are captured with such incredible mastery. This is the kind of galleries that one can remember for sometime.
It was shot at a neutral location, it starred a beautiful model. This is normal of Met-Art galleries, so, why is it so special?, I don't know, I just find it wonderful.
I hope that you will like this Met-Art gallery as much as I did.