A very implied portrait

In this photo, Morgan was wearing shorts and a tanktop. Anything less than that is in your own mind. Should be perfectly safe for work 🙂

This entry was posted in interesting people and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink.

7 Responses to A very implied portrait

  1. I’m going to steal this technique! I like the implied style, but you’ve opened my eyes on how much can be done with the model’s clothes on! Of course the tank top would require long hair such as Morgan has.. or something else to cover the straps. I think if Morgan had her footware off, it would complete the illusion here… but still ‘bravo.’

  2. Scott Johnson says:

    They must have been some short shorts though 🙂

  3. Don Gwinn says:

    This is really interesting, because up here we had a little controversy about a month ago after a local salon put up a billboard (advertising their waxing services) that showed a model in almost the same pose. Bluenoses were horrified and cited The Children.


    I haven’t seen it recently, but supposedly the advertisers planned to have a large “CENSORED” stamp put over the model.

    • Oleg Volk says:

      And that is why I have no more use for rampaging puritans than I do for any other kind of busy-bodies.

  4. Camtec says:

    Even a rampaging puritan should appreciate that beauty.

  5. Jeff says:

    Regrettably, at my workplace even posters of fully clothed women are prohibited if the pose could possibly be considered “sexy”. If “might” offend someone.

    political correctness

Comments are closed.