i need your input. i cannot choose which of these two edits i like better. i need you to comment on which on you like better, Image 1 or Image 2 and your explanation why! PLEASE AND THANK YOU! -X

Note: the lyrics with in the photos are french, the english translation is:

i desire you
the time has come
take me
im your
im guilty

i want to go to the end of my fantasies.
i know it is forbidden.
i am crazy. im letting myself go.
im guilty

Image #1

Image #2

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  1. Posted January 28, 2010 at 2:47 AM by Anonymous | Permalink

    Image one, by far. First, I love the poem, and in image one, it actually looks like you are waiting for someone. That expression doesn't exist as much in image two. Image one completely descibes the poem. Your waiting, ready to fulfill a fantasy, and you got a "guilty" feel that really works in the photo. I'm not sure if it's your posture, or expression, or both. I don't like the writing above and below your body in image two. Image two, shows that you are waiting, but I don't see any guilt. (hee-hee!)
    Love it X! Great work!

  2. Posted January 28, 2010 at 8:58 AM by Justin | Permalink

    I honestly have to say I like both pictures, however…. I find the second one to be far more erotic. yes, a full frontal is always worth looking at because the form is beautiful, however, as with much in this life time, less can definitely be more…. the second one offers just a taste of what is to come, whereas the first just gives it plain out, you know what I mean…. I miss you hun.
    <3 Justin

  3. Posted January 29, 2010 at 12:03 PM by Anonymous | Permalink

    I have to agree with Justin, I like both. But the the 2nd one is far more exciting. Just to wonder what is laying underneath is what could be and what may not be.
    Buddy i really miss u

  4. Posted March 19, 2010 at 11:33 PM by Anonymous | Permalink

    I prefer Image 2, because it is consistent with the poetry that urges the possibilities and surprises in the unknown country. Image 1 is tell-all and answers to a different question.

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