Eastern Bloc

For some reason, the picture of this gal I put up a few days ago got 4x the hits the my usual pictures in the first 24 hours. I don't understand why people like looking at this stuff instead of landscapes and strange buildings. So anyway, let them eat cake I say.... here is another.


(just kidding.... of course.... glad you like this series)


Looks best Large: Large on Black


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  • Luigi Masella PRO 8y

    hey Trey, here's a baby:

  • Vítor Ribeiro PRO 8y

    Great journey in Ukraine!

    Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)
  • Joe Kubitschek PRO 8y

    Your right she doesn't look eastern block stereotype . . . an import from Scandelous Scandinavea?
  • XiXiDu PRO 8y

  • Milky Joe 8y

    she's pretty pretty, you've kept it clean though my friend, nice work :)
  • Scott Ingram 8y

    lol, and you figured it wouldn't be that way Trey?

    It's a known fact that regardless of how many fantastic shots you have in your photostream, it will be the one of the hot chick that has the most views. Just the way it works around these parts.

    I suppose it never hurts to pander to the testosterone fueled masses every once in a while (myself included) but don't go straying from the HDR my friend. The genre needs its champions! Not to belittle any of the fantastic photogs out there, but the model photography business is a very crowded and saturated market. HDR is still in it's relative infancy. Lots of work still to be done here. :)
  • Artur Borzecki 8y

    Scott Ingram, i completly agree with you. I also have simmilar shot in my collection and it got explore instantly :) I also wondered why it is like that :).
  • Sarvagya Kochak 8y

  • arutha PRO 8y

    Superb! Beautiful composition, colors, DoF, and model.
  • Fiora Casey 8y

    Women look, because they want to compare themselves or be that girl.

    Men look.... Well I guess you know why men look!

    Extremely beautiful shot.
  • blinkingss 8y

    I can't figure it out either. Maybe they are just Luddites. ;)
  • g Tarded PRO 7y

    The reason we look at women quickly is because buildings and landscapes should look the same in ten years so there's no rush! :o)
  • Karim Iliya 7y

    haha i've had a simular situation, the most hits i had on my best picture was like 30. i put one up of two bikini models in maui, not even a good picture, just a picture of two women standing and it got over a hundred hits in the first 24 hours
  • kunte kinte 7y

    I stumbled across this photo when looking for model poses. This is a classic pose that I'm thinking about using for my upcoming cemetery shoot. I'll let you know how it goes. Thanks for the inspiration. (-:
  • Giulia Gasparini 7y

  • Murtaza Chang 7y

    I don't understand why people like looking at this stuff instead of landscapes and strange buildings.
    There might be a lot of reasons but apart from others I think the landscapes always look better when maximized. in explore and in thumbnails they always look sorta boring :)
    I am glad atleast flickr added large photo sizes for the photostream I think your hdr photos look great when maximized
  • hambone008 6y

    while ur down there lol!
  • vsnagek 6y

    Very beautiful shot!
  • cevatzade / www.cevatzade.com 5y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called www.flickr.com/groups/1330775@N23/, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    Very good photo.................................

    Very good light..................................

    Sexy Top Model Maidan Nezalezhnosti Kiev Ukraine
  • Doan Quoc Tuan PRO 3y

    Very nice!!!
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