At the cinema: A beautiful naked woman is relaxing in her house, enters another lady: "Helen, what are you doing staying here like that? have you no shame?". Helen grumbles in her usual defiant way that she has every right to do whatever she wants and that the old lady needs to loosen up. Helen has just been portrayed as a 'bad' woman.
Why does it have to be that way? Why can't Helen be an ordinary beautiful lady who finds no reason to wear restrictive apparel on a hot summer day. A lady who knows that she is beautiful and finds no shame in showing her body just in the same way that she has no shame to share her personality and her beliefs with the world? Why couldn't the old lady respond by commenting that it indeed is a hot day and then decide to be as free as Helen, while sharing a story about the restrictive habits of the past? Or just move as usual without making a comment.
I think that there's nothing strange about nudity, and I know that many people agree with me, but such scenes are not just strange, but they're kind of perverse. Normal people can enjoy being who they are, and other people can live with it. There are many nudists, and they don't have any major issues except with the occasional close-minded visitors.
Beautiful ordinary girl can enjoy being nude, some of them even make it a special occasion, with a photographer, and total pride. Those are the beautiful women that you see here.
Technical note: I think that this is one of the best sets yet by Dwayne and Leanne, it's very simple yet very powerful. The poses of Jacqueline are full of pride, pride for being human, for being alive, and for being able to grasp the meaning of life. The poses are very striking, and they're full of wonderful messages. I don't want to spoil the riddles for you, so you are welcome to take a look.
This gallery by Aleksa Tan caught my attention a while ago. Although I somehow associate Aleksa Tan with average-lighting, beautiful models, boring poses this is one gallery that deserves to be here on GN. It only serves to show that photographers can produce some wonderful sets if they're not pressured to do otherwise.
Amanita is beautiful, but even with beautiful models, some photographers still manage to destroy that beauty. I am glad that Amanita's beauty didn't suffer, he pictures did come out great and the sun only served to highlight her beauty.
I hope that you will enjoy this gallery from Domai.
Nudes call for unity. They make us realize that we're not that different no matter where we come from. We have the same anatomy; a wonderful young woman's smile will look alluring whether she comes from Germany, Australia, or a village full of wooden churches in the Ukraine. We have the same feelings; a woman who speaks Zulu or Romanian still has dreams and aspirations that are probably very similar to those shared by another woman speaking Hindu halfway around the world. They don't show conflict over land, destructive beliefs, or resources, that's what news bulletins do and what politicians exploit. That's not what a simple pure image of beauty shows.
We are more free than ever before. We can see through any central lies by simply heading to a website or chatting with a person who's thousands of miles away. It's closed doors that create hatred and fear. That's why the citizens of the soviet union and the DDR were kept behind walls of bureaucracy and had borders erected all around them. It was the government's way to brainwash its citizens, to tell them that the outside world is nothing by a leper colony. Some people still can't really believe that the world out there is full of beauty. Old lies don't die easily.
That's why any attempt to control the Internet in any name should never be tolerated. We should not allow anyone to decide what's good for us.
That was one of the goals of the European Union, to create a united Europe in which you can go and see the 'others', to find out that they're not different and therefore promote peace. I can say that it has worked to an extent, but as always, finance and greed get in the way.
Those seeking power always highlight our differences or make them up if it serves their means.
I think that a day will come in which we will realize that we're not that different. We eat the same food, we need the same water, we usually need shelter and we usually build it in a similar way. We have the same needs, we have the same anatomy, we can fall in love with each other and get married no matter where we are. Unions will probably emerge somewhere in the following century, and artificial borders will once again be removed.
It took me a bit of convincing to feature galleries from Abby Winters again. They have just updated their entire website, and removed a lot of elements that I found objectionable in the past. You'll probably see a fair amount of galleries from there from now on. Not exactly for the sake of Abby, but for the sake of those wonderful young women who show an extraordinary amount of courage in the process of discovering themselves and redefining beauty for the world.
There are models who became photographers and staff members. They have redefined Abby Winters and made it the successful website that it is today.
Those are "ordinary" young women who radiate energy, fun, confidence, and self-respect. They walk into a place with the decision to share their beauty with the world. Some of them don't see what the big deal is, others do know that they're changing the world. They populate the canvas of an alternative reality that is both innocent - and at times sexual, a reality without bigotry that many people long for. An alternative reality in which Pandora opens the box to only let out hope, and leave everything else behind.
Those young women offer a tantalizing glimpse of that world. They tell us that it's still possible to create such a world if we try hard enough. A brave world of vivacious liberty, open-mindedness and equality. A world without dogmas or any blind-acceptance of ideas.
While viewing those images "What a wonderful world" by Louis Armstrong came to mind. It's not a surprise, those images are a work of art. The most artistic thing about them is the human element. Those women who
Those wonderful women "come from a land down under" - sorry, couldn't resist. A land of immense beauty. I somehow have a mental association between the vastness of it and freedom. I have the impression that you can get on your bike or in your car and go on the road for days without really finding anything to stop you. I don't really know if those are stereotypes, but they're pretty harmless - I haven't mentioned vegemite after all.
This set is full of sunshine, beauty, and a very pretty young woman who has appeared more than once at Abby Winters. I am certainly glad that she has graced GN with her beauty. She's admirably confident with a magical spirit that she endows on the entire set. It's simply awe-inspiring.
Here's the gallery I referred to in my Ariel Beautiful Harpist post when saying that Stefan Soell is still capable of producing some beautiful nudes despite the fact that he has been producing some more explicit pictures recently.
This gallery has the classical Soell style with one of the most beautiful models on the Internet, the German Susann. With the classical Soell elements, flowers, sunshine, nature, and beauty.
This gallery perfectly illustrates what I meant in my last post from Morey Studio. Liz Ashley is a famous American model whose pictures can be found in a lot of places, including Playboy and Penthouse, but her pictures from those other places are remarkably different from those shown here. They're remarkable artificial and Liz looks much less charming than she looks here with Morey's striking simplicity.
First, there is no commodification and she clearly is not treated like an object. Her pubic hair and her genitalia are not props. When she's standing there with her legs slightly apart she's the one in control, she's the one showing her body, and she's the one who's not ashamed of her femininity or of herself. There's a great sense of empowerment in those "explicit" images that you can see in this gallery. This is not an exception, for the images are very artistic and the focus is not without a deep meaning. You can not see a part of her body without seeing her face and her expressions.
She looks very powerful and confident in every picture, and that's what makes this set that amazing and Morey's works that special. I hope that you will see the same forces that I saw when I chose those images.
This is another part of the American nudes series from David Nudes. Those seem to be more pictures from the Utah set featuring Tatyana, another part was posted here before.
The images are just as beautiful and the scenery as breathtaking. It's the second gallery with beautiful American nudes for today and another one is still on the way.
This is one of the latest galleries from Domai. The model in this gallery, Charlot, is very beautiful and is very playful in this gallery. I really like that atmosphere when the model is having some simple fun being nude. It really can't be found at many websites, and is always a reassuring sign about the way those sets are produced and how the models feel about them.
What's the big deal about being nude anyway? I think that we should think of exploitation just as we would think of a photographer who shoots portraits of random people on the street for $10 and sells the images for $10m. It's just about not giving the models a fair share or forcing them to do something that they are not comfortable with. We can not really argue about the first as some people may claim that it's a rule of free market, but we can always condemn the second one. It's hard having such radiant smiles when you're being forced to do anything.
The beautiful smiles is one of the things that I like about Domai. Some of the models seem to be having genuine fun, and that makes all the images look very friendly.
Ariel is both a courageous young model and a very beautiful one indeed. I bet that she's recognized almost instantly wherever she walks. She's one of the most successful models online. Her pictures are on almost every nudes website and she even has her own website.
I think that the most intelligent move that she recently made was to choose to shoot with Stefan Soell. The one man who is capable of making a beautiful woman look more beautiful and more ethereal. The downside about this relationship is that Stefan now shoots more explicit pictures - not shown here. The upside is that I can finally be proud of featuring Ariel on my website. I think that's better than any downside that I can name. And Stefan still has got his talent, as I will demonstrate shortly with another update from FEMJOY.
I just hope to see more beautiful pictures of Ariel and maybe even Marketa by Stefan Soell. Maybe we can bring beauty back to the world of artistic nudes.
There are many special things about the artwork of Craig Morey. He's the photographer behind most of the images (trash?) at LSG, but he still manages to make most of those sets more presentable and actually quite artistic on his own website. I think that it's a story of how corporate mentality can damage perfect beauty.
I admit that his sets are quite explicit, but - I can't believe I am saying this - they're not vulgar. Yes, you can see the model's vulva, but there's nothing shameful about it. There's no unnecessary attention. Actually, there's some sort of a very personal feminine pride in those images, and I have to salute him and his models for it.
He apparently really likes simplicity, and I quite like his style myself. I think that most of his American sets look better than those shot in Prague or London. Most of his American models look like real girls who are very brave. I will be publishing another gallery of his with a different model soon and you will see what I mean.
American nudes can just be as good as those produced anywhere else. There's no shortage of photographers, talent, or equipment. I just don't really know what's wrong. Maybe it's the general attitude about nudity. Let's just hope that a day will come when Janet Jackson or any other celebrity can be willingly nude on TV without anyone complaining about it.