well , this picture is definitely one of the best i have seen on the site and easily distinguishable from the others , the work of a man who is not only proficient in what he does , but excels more than others
The answer to your question lies deep in the male's networks of neurons (i doubt females have similarly tuned neurons - because ofter they cannot pick the most beautiful shot of themselves, from the male's point of view).
Most countable are of course *curves* - the mathematical lines, which have special proportions which strikes the networks of neurons like a lighting - and in fact there are same for all races. They have something to do with the "golden ratio", but how it applies to actual curves, is yet to be discovered by scientists, hopefully in our life time.
This model have unique noticeable curve of waist line on the right, which strikes most.
Thank you for sharing the photo!
And i bet she is from Ukrainian origin, isn't she ?
Thanks for your reply.
For the second part of your question, IMHO the inner essence of a woman may well 99% depend on her outer appearance, which in turn, 95% depends on her genes and 5% on her way of life (- recently i saw photos of 30kg weight loss in half a year by going to the gym and she was stikingly going from amorphous figure to another person with perfect model look. But unfortunately the gym cannot do much with a face). As woman looks at the mirror every day and likes of dislikes what she sees, it significantly affects her way of daily thinking, her personality and her overall "essence", forming it during during all her life.
You could make sure I'll read it, no doubt about it
I'm really curious about what men thinks about the woman!!
There are plenty, as you mentioned, that are simply distracting and takes away from the overall of the female figure. However there are other 'jobs' that help 'even out' the tone of the figure, and complement her body.
With those two variations I guess it's hard to be definitive about what's "good" and what's "bad". Not only aesthetically, but 'morally'. It can bee seen as a "what I was born with/what God gave me, isn't 'good enough' so I have to take my own measures and add something into the body that was never intended for it to be there". When I think of it that way, it's hard to support having/getting them.
What's interesting about that aspect is if someone transforms their body to something (see: proper diet & exercise) that is beautiful and enjoyable and one they keep for the majority of their life (ie: a life style), but feels 'lacking' in the 'feminine/breast' area, wouldn't it be just fine to bring that aspect to something more balanced?
Sorry for the rant. This is a question that haunts me day in and day out. Not that it really matters to my everyday life (or perhaps matters anywhere but in my own head), but one I simply cannot get rid of. Also your posts are always so thought provoking, so umm, yea, I guess this is a byproduct of that lol! ^_^
for me it is the absolute femininity in face and form. It takes my breath away when
the model makes herself vulnerable enough to share her beauty.
If in doubt about my fascination just check my "favorites" folder hehe, at this point I have gathered about 245 pages each with 120 various photographs featuring this 7th wonder of the world, which in my opinion to this point in time stands unchallenged as the biggest of them all