Nice way to bookend "Reading Room". Lorena and Alexandra have great chemistry. (Although I think anyone would have great chemistry with Lorena!)
"Bookend" - very good, rollingstoned :-)
I am sorry but this is not up to a worthwhile standard for a member site.
Hi Gladian, if you've been following the discussion about the photos below and previously, you'll see that from the next movie there is a completely new technical approach and I think you'll notice a huge difference. I hope you'll enjoy this movie if not the photos, as it has some extremely hot action...
A camera with a single flash attachment gives a stark, harsh image. This image has nothing to do with reality of how the eye sees the scene. It is not art or anything else of value. It only reflects the inadequacies of the camera, the lighting, and the silliness (or contempt) of photographer.
Further, hiding the most beautiful, expressive face in a grimace or some part of another’s anatomy is a crime not art.
And, Pierre, may I add, French arrogance is ugly, the French Revolution and Napoleonic wars were ugly, and your photography is just plain ugly, nothing more – nothing less.
I think Alex skin is too light for these images . But I saw none , where the girls are ugly . Especially not Lorena . The photographers I want to see who can make Lorena ugly . That really would be great art . Because it's impossible .
Have to agree, Glasauge – I don't know how Lorena can resist the temptation to just stare in the mirror all day, she's so damn gorgeous! And what I love is that she's so sweet and not egotistical at all – just a genuinely lovely girl, as well as a natural born sex bomb!
Desertrat, I agree these photographs are not terribly successful, I am disappointed in them. The scene itself (and the girls themselves) are much more attractive.
I do think though, to bring the photographer's (assumed) nationality into it and then make assumptions about his character is a little rude. We all want the same thing here, which is to have a happy, collaborative community and to see good things to come. As I hope you're already seen, the artists do read and take note of comments here, so let's keep it friendly, please.
Rose, I’m sorry I put you in a messy spot (You handled it well). These “French” guys (I actually appreciate the French) are giving us the finger and telling us its art. Normally, I would just ignore it, but I don’t get that many opportunities to see Lorena. I hope VT rewinds her contract and puts some real photographers in charge.
I think (and very much hope) you'll be happy with the way things develop here over the next couple of weeks, desertrat. The new movie start to go live from the end of next week, and I'm pretty sure you will be pleasantly surprised. In the meantime, there are a few other little treats coming...!
Sorry Rose. You are right. I got a little carried away.
Thanks desertrat, I know it's only because you care about the standard here. We all have those moments! Stay tuned, I think you'll be happy to see how things develop in the next couple of weeks :-)
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