Monday, October 25, 2010

Scarlet Fever


It is not in the least subtle. And, though it may have it’s roots (pun intended) in nature, the shade of Ariel’s crimson locks has obviously received a dazzling boost from a bottle. That shocking shade of red even seems to tint entire frames in this series, but it is only one of this magnificent model’s eye-catching attributes.

The location for this essay by Luca Helios is a desolate, rocky shoreline. But this is a highly stylized photo set, not a nature documentary. There are times when the landscape takes on a surreal quality, and this results in truly memorable images.

Ariel A. is not only physically stupendous, she’s also extremely skilled in the art of the pose. She can be spontaneous and natural. She can be classically formal. She can create the illusion of movement when she is still. She can be coy and kittenish. And she can be stunningly, overtly sexual. Have a look at #0116 for a mouthwatering example of exactly what I’m talking about.

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