Inspired by Women

Another one of my occasional diversions from Erotic Fiction.

Although some visitors to Metin Demiralay’s site take issue with the way the artist/photographer edits and re-imagines his photographs, I like them. I think they’re beautiful. They’re a testament to a man in love with the beauty of women – in love with their outer and their inner beauty.

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    • Hey dragon, glad you like Demiralay’s work. I agree with you, the image is stunning. When I see the human body, a woman’s shapes, photographed like this, I think of Shakespeare’s lines:

      What a piece of work is a man, How noble in
      Reason, how infinite in faculties, in form and moving
      how express and admirable, In action how like an Angel!
      in apprehension how like a god, the beauty of the
      world, the paragon of animals.

      Thanks for commenting.

  1. dragon

    You are welcome. The lines you chose from Shakespeare were well chosen and pleasing to read while thinking about Demiralay’s work. The human form appeals to me on a variety of levels both professional and personal. The way he re-images his photographs may not appeal to those who wish for photography to remain “pure” and without alteration once the image has been captured. To each his own and a helping of both for me pretty please!

    • dragon

      *grin* The answer depends on the day in question and the subject matter being studied. artist, photographer and model are all correct.

    • dragon

      This might end up a double posting. my reply from yesterday seems to have gone astray. Perhaps my e-mail address was mistyped.

      The answer to your question varies from day to day and depends upon the subject being studied. artist, model and photographer are all appropriate descriptions for me.


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