I’m not sure, exactly, if it’s what is sometimes known as “the elephant in the room,” but there’s a large, eye-catching, bright red structure in the distant background of most of these photos. And it’s not part of the series, it’s not a graphic or stylistic element in the pictorial. Unlike a series of a girl on a bridge, for example, or at the seaside where the structure or the landscape is a primary component In each composition, this bright red architectural object is just there. In those shots where the structure isn’t shown, it isn’t missed. But in the majority it’s there, looming, and distracting from what is otherwise a pleasing series. Odd.
This is Nedda A’s second MetArt erotic gallery, and the first time I’ve seen her. She’s got a strong, pretty face, ripe lips, a thick head of shoulder-length auburn hair, and a trim, appealing body. She also boasts a luxuriant bush, which either enhances or detracts from her dramatic intimate architecture, depending on one’s personal preference.
I can’t decide if the red paint on that structure in the background complements or clashes with Nedda’s coloring and her orange dress. Here immediate setting, a lush thicket of dark green shrubs and trees and a carpet of grass, is flattering, however, and Nedda A is at ease and delightfully uninhibited in this location.
As for favorites, I have more than a few. I like #014 for Nedda’s pretty face and the quality of the afternoon light, and #015 — a standing up-skirt rearview as she teasingly lifts the hem of her dress — is certainly eye-catching (despite that scarlet arch in the deep background). The arch is absent from #085 allowing us to appreciate her delicately sculpted body and the natural setting. I love the energy and the expression in #020. And #115, totally nude and reclining in the grass, presents a natural beauty in the beauty of nature. As a bonus, the set concludes with several shots of Nedda in the city, in street clothes. She’s a doll, alright, and her smile in #138 is truly winning.
Did the red arch in “Paroch” diminish your enjoyment of this set? Did it add to your appreciation? Does anybody know what or where it is? I’d be curious to know.