[Warning!! This is tongue in cheek, so I hope you have a sense of humor and are over 21.]
Beauty can be found in the most unlikely places.
An image: let your mind float while you first admire that voluptuous curve, and then try to fix it in your real world; no need to feel embarrassed.
I don’t know where your imagination took you, but here is a different and more distant view of the same object:
Two softish curvy fleshy objects pressed up against each other look pretty much the same whether they are human bodies, painted here by Modigliani in this detail from his 1917 Reclining Nude, in the Metropolitan Museum of Art,
or just two fungal fruiting bodies squashed into a small space:
You might not have thought that we have much in common, but at the end of the day we are both about 80% water.
PS Human adults are about 60% water, babies closer to 80%.
PPS This mushroom is some sort of Tricholoma species, I think, growing on an aged maple in my front yard.
7 thoughts on “Curvature”
Very creative, Moira….& very well photographed! And I hope hunting season is over, soon…you need a good long walk in the woods! 😁
Never. let folks use their own minds!!
There is frequently something in nature that is sensual. Beach stones, wind, grasses moving…. The sensual is natural.
Absolutely right. A fellow spirit.
So beautiful and human, thank you for opening my eyes!