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(de-titled winter '07)

© Stephanie Fysh 2005; all rights reserved

Naccarato, psychedesire, GF Morgan, and 31 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. Lú_ ages ago | reply

    Thanks, Cris.

    BTW, subversive thoughts about the various crop options here:

  2. cristina: [deleted] ages ago | reply

    well, i wouldn't crop :)
    i think, strangely, the more you show, the more mysterious it gets...
    and that is a nice link! :)

  3. Peter Ellis ages ago | reply

    A very lovely pose in the bedroom! I always thought it was the men who waited instead!

  4. sto7m ages ago | reply

    What is with all the crop crazy people around here!?

  5. dirtypearl 2005-2009 [deleted] 116 months ago | reply

    great mood

  6. Lú_ 115 months ago | reply

    Thank you - but I'm Eastern European ;)

  7. m0nty79 111 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Yowza!, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

  8. portraitgaga 106 months ago | reply

    don't you dare crop this. see the photos of todd hido in hotel rooms. this is a beautiful image. the empty space is integral

  9. Biking Nikon SFO 106 months ago | reply

    How wonderful. The room lends scale - a broader, open, high-ceiling, airy sense that I like very much. Certainly you, as subject, are somewhat diminished in size, but not in priority. I like the sense of spaciousness and I don't find it distracting - quite the contrary. You command the attention of the shot. You pulled this viewer in, and the rest provided mood, not distraction.

  10. TC2ofUS [deleted] 101 months ago | reply

    I just want to watch and learn.

  11. Groucho5 99 months ago | reply

    Crop this,crop that is a lot of crap.The picture would be absolutely boring like so many of the images on Flickr because the context,the scenery,the story is cropped out.Thanks goodness you leave the mirror in.It makes the picture unless viewers only want to see sexy women without any distractions.There are other groups for that,

  12. marthinotf 82 months ago | reply

    Excelente composición fotográfica y con mucho arte dentro ...

    Buena toma !!

    Saludos con amistad.

  13. Chris Waikiki 76 months ago | reply

    let the show begin

  14. obni 74 months ago | reply

    Belle atmosphère

  15. Groucho5 74 months ago | reply

    Will everyone please stop cropping around!!

  16. Neal Maben 68 months ago | reply

    Sorry I'm late to the party... but THIS is Edward Hopper takes a photograph. I suppose there are those who would say that he needed to crop his paintings, but I, for one, think it's just fine.

  17. EnriqueMendez 59 months ago | reply

    bellisima, fascinante, sugerente fotografia

  18. Beauty Queen S [deleted] 41 months ago | reply

    Beautiful capture

  19. r. yuequi 38 months ago | reply

    Hello Lu. I discovered this wonderful photo via the "Sex and Psychology" group and I must say it strikes me as one of those that actually rises to the challenge of that group's name. Very full of implications and mystery and revealing, perhaps, of your thoughts... I'm enjoying the rest of your stream as well, thank you for your work!

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