The shadow can’t hide you from the sun.
I don’t think he’s trying to hide.
I think he’s just playing hard-to-get!
I love the interaction of light and shadows in these photos.
It makes the model seem even more evocative (and sexier, too…hehehe).
🙂 thanks Isleworth.. but i still find it a bit too harsh, the contrasting light, don’t u think?
Exactly my point…the harsh light makes the model stand out even more, sort of like a 3-D effect only not 3-D; not said that right but I hope you know what I mean.
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men, there's something fascinating about it, so I dedicate this blog to them, a work through my lens.