Title inspired by the film. A shoot a did a few years back. The fake petals didn't float the way real petals would have and they turned the water red. Created a different look than I envisioned, but I still liked it.
This shot is better then the whole movie. Amazing!!
Better than the movie!
I love your figure!
This Is Hot
cant explain XP
I think you captured the pose really well. It looks amazing!
Wow. Love it, even if the petals didn't come out exactly how you wanted them. Doesn't take anything away from you.
Magnificent! Pity the petals didn't float, but it made for an interesting effect.
Better than Mena Suvari, IMHO
" I have the soap ! I have the soap ! May I help ? "
Very nice picture ( and model,of course ) My opinion is that tinted water is an add for final effect, even if not expected.
I love it Alisa!!!
Fantastic! Now we need to see it with real rose petals. I will bring as many as you need! :-D
The reddish water kinda put me in an unsexy frame of mind. Heh, trust a woman to say something like that, eh?
Fantastic! American Beauty indeed.
very nice, good pose and look.
Amazing! You were very brave to do such a photo. Congratulations on such a beautiful photo!
Very nice indeed
Now that's HOTT girl, sure there's enough water to prevent a fire?
Regardless of the snafu, it turned out very well. The picture has that iconic look down pat.
I always knew there were reasons why I appreciate the beauty of the female nude in art - and this photo is one of those reasons.
I absolutely love the contrast betwen the eyes and the rest of the work. Everything is so very sensual and comfortably dynamic, and then BAM! the eyes catch you looking. Everything is so pale and cold, then the petals warm things and distract, but the eyes and the oh, so subtle smile. It reminds me of being caught looking at some gorgeous woman when I was young, instilling that same sense of being 'caught.' Very nice work.
Mmmmmmmhhmmmmm...always loved your American Beauty pics.
Never envied rose petals before
This is really lovely!
Y'know, Alisa? I think the reddish water actually helps create a bit of a color balance... Just my two cents, at least..