I agree with everything that's written in this gallery, but I would love to explain what's written there to reflect my own understanding of the subject.
I think that most of the successful people in this world have a great deal of self-dependence and self-sufficiency. It's the realization that one is in control of his fate and destiny that can empower one to start steering it towards that destination. There's a difference between daydreaming just to waste your time and daydreaming and taking action to fulfill your dreams. The DIY philosophy is more about being in control and taking pride in what one does than it is about wasting time doing various things, skills in any field of life always can benefit one in almost every other field. Sometimes small projects can be a wonderful way to spend time with the members of one's family as well.
Back to this beautiful gallery of tasteful nudes, I think that what makes Nikkala Stott very attractive in this gallery is this sense of determination and will power that the tools surrounding her stand for. Even though those pictures probably feature pure poses, they may offer a glimpse into a beautiful lady's soul, and it's that glimpse that can give you the power to change the world, and to do it yourself.
Don't just dream, realize your dreams!
You probably already know by now how Body In Mind succeeds to inspire me with most of its galleries. It's hard not to fall in love with those colorful tasteful nudes that they present. However, there are always times when I feel that something could've been a bit better, and this is one of those times.
Nikkala Stott has an immaculate beauty, and that beauty needs special handling. This fact alone makes me a bit annoyed when I see that her splendid beauty hasn't been handled properly.
I don't object to the idea of the shoot, as it's not that bad(a bit domestic though, it's too "Kinder, Kueche, Kirche", or "Barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen") but my respect for Dwayne Bell tells me that this is not what he meant, it probably is about the sweetness of the cookies and the beauty of Nikkala Stott, with the cookies representing her benevolence and willingness to give the world sweet gifts. At least, that's what I have in mind right now adding it to Graceful Nudes.
My main objection is that some of the images make me feel that there's a strange reddish tint, and sometimes there's a strange blur(Nikkala's face is blurry in the second image, and I always love it when her lovely face is in focus). Those minor issues make me feel that her beauty hasn't been fully captured, and I feel that this is a bit unfair to Nikkala.
The gallery is still good though, and I like it in general, but it won't be my favorite gallery of Nikkala Stott; honestly, I miss Michael White.
Body In Mind believes that beauty is misunderstood in our world, I may not always agree with what they say but I do agree on this one. Even though I am not a big fan of beauty contests, I still am able to differentiate between what's aesthetically appealing and what I am cajoled to believe is beautiful. I certainly hate being made to believe that something is genuine when it's nothing but a cheap replica.
I sure can appreciate Nikkala's beauty, but what makes her beautiful isn't her visible ribs, her slender legs, or her big breasts(I hate big breasts). What makes her attractive in my opinion is her smile, and I don't mean by her smile her dazzling white teeth. I mean the spirit that she shares with us by simply giving us that smile. Beauty may be skin deep, but the beauty I am always trying to find isn't that shallow. I am searching for the genuine inner beauty which can be reflected on a model's look or a model's smile. Not the kind of beauty that can be offered by a cosmetic surgeon or beauty that can be given under the effect of an anesthetic. I believe that's the kind of beauty some websites here do offer, some websites don't even realize they do.
Beauty may be the obsession of our modern culture, but we should always use our minds to distinguish between what's real and what's not.
Anyway, I hope that you will enjoy this Nikkala Stott gallery from BodyInMind.