Category: black&white

Big woman

Empowering women through the lens of nudity, I celebrate the strength, self-confidence, and inherent beauty that each individual possesses. Through photography, I aim to redefine societal norms, encouraging women to embrace their bodies with pride and confidence. The art of boudoir photography becomes a powerful tool for self-expression, fostering a narrative that emphasizes the resilience and authenticity of strong, confident women. In stripping away societal expectations, we uncover the true essence of beauty—raw, unapologetic, and uniquely individual. It’s a celebration of strength and self-assurance, a visual ode to the beauty that radiates from within, reminding every woman of her inherent power and worth.

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In her nudity, there is a raw and unapologetic confidence that transcends societal norms. The juxtaposition of soft beauty and visible strength is striking — a testament to the multifaceted nature of her identity. Her gaze, confident and assertive, reveals a sense of self-assurance that goes beyond the physical.

The tattoos on her skin are not just embellishments; they are symbols of strength, rebellion, and personal triumphs. Each mark contributes to the narrative of her life, creating a visual poetry that speaks of experiences, challenges, and triumphs.

There’s a magnetic allure to her, a beauty that goes beyond conventional standards. The toughness in her demeanor is a declaration of her resilience, a visual anthem of her ability to navigate life’s complexities with grace and strength. In her nudity, she stands as a living canvas, an embodiment of beauty, resilience, and the artistry of self-expression.

Kalahari desert

In 2013, I had the opportunity to visit South Africa, and our first destination was the Kalahari desert. During a bio break, I stepped out of the car and was surprised when a spotted hyena suddenly appeared just 20 meters away from me. While it was a potentially dangerous encounter, I remained calm and appreciated the beauty of nature and this wild animal.

Spotted hyenas are known for their powerful bite force, which is approximately 920 kiloponds (kp). In comparison, lions have a bite force of 650 kp and German Shepherds have a bite force of 230 kp. Spotted hyenas are also social animals, living in packs of up to 130 individuals.

Despite the potential danger, I was relieved when the hyena eventually ran away, allowing me to safely continue my journey.

Deep Porto

Walking through Porto in January with my M9M.


Be yourself in front of the camera … I love taking pictures but this kind of photography is what I like most … thank you very much my friend …
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