Sexy Curves

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    There is something sexy about this.

    It is based on the Venus of Willendorf:

    Electric-Eye, appaIoosa, AnneBcn, and 54 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. ihorner ages ago | reply

      For good reason actually. This is a copy of a VERY old fertility totem unearthed in the cradle of humanity. It's supposed to be sexy!

    2. appaIoosa 120 months ago | reply

      She is a wonderful tribute to all that is womanly, curvaceous, and abundant! :-)

      Wonderful photo.

    3. Stuart Yeates 113 months ago | reply

      You should add this to the Goddess Group:

    4. stars4esther 91 months ago | reply

      Wonderful sculpture!

    5. CornyWebb 89 months ago | reply

      this seems to be a tribute to the "Venus of Willendorf." It's a small (6"?), VERY ancient carving. I believe that it is generally accepted to be a tribute to femininity ... the orginal has all the attreibutes a cave man would have wanted for the success of his line: breeding hips breasts. The hair is spoken of as a tribute to beauty, style and desirability. Anyway ... this is what I remember ... look up the "Venus" and find out for yourself.

    6. amirhosseinakbari 82 months ago | reply

      Hi,This is fantastic photography ! I'm an admin for a group called Best Sight - برترین دید, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    7. Venus Oak 73 months ago | reply

      Your picture is DIVINE.
      Please add it to the VENUS - APHRODITE group.

      Venus - Aphrodite

    8. blablablablablablalblablbabla [deleted] 73 months ago | reply

      You're invited to post your photo in our group

      Show us your best

      Seen in a discussion of the group "Favorites: 45" (?)

    9. cybrariankt 72 months ago | reply

      Your photo is featured in my blog: 10/Blog/ECAC53DF-A990-468C-9E8C-F295E28CCE25.html
      Thanks for using Creative Commons to license your work!

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