Pour plagier le titre de l'autre photo, ne serait-ce pas ici "une partie de jambe à l'air" ? Une approche morcelée et obsessionnelle du "statue" de la femme ?
Original !! contest janeiro
Un ballet pour une jambe, je pense, Abdallah?
De toutes les façons, celle-ci peut porter à toutes les interprétations et à toutes les fantaisies. Quand à la vision morcelée ou pas de la femme, je crois que celui qui l'a ainsi disposée est aussi responsable que moi.
Cucù! Eccomi qua! Abdallah !
Buena serra Mille grazie paola per tue commentario.
I like the visual and fantasy.
A composition which undoubtedly
takes a smile on anyone.
Reminded me of Bunuel's Belle de Jour...
I am happy, Piadera and honoured by such a reference. When I took this photo it was also for its surrealistic mood. Bunuel is a good reference. I would also thought of "Le fantôme de la liberté" from the same Bunuel and certainly one of the most surrealistic of his films. I remember that when I saw it I laughed a lot but the people who were with me were iced. I was the only one of the group who liked that film.
I agree, not everyone can like him. There is no doubt about his sense of hummer. Yes Le fantôme de la liberté is funny as well as Le charme discret de la bourgeoisie. Cheers!
Encore au Marché?? :) Amitiés
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Photo taken in Porte de Clignancourt, 75018 Paris, France
Misplaced? Suggest new location