Wednesday, 7 October 2009

There is a very large naked woman on the plinth at the mo.
She, Suzanne P, looks just like my nude, if only I had a long arm for my camera, about 90 miles. She is a truly statuesque naturist. Frustrating. It is dark, wet and windy so she is extra brave.
She has a mac on the table in front of her and is talking to a guy in Los Angeles.
Strange world.
Aha found her portrait on the site [one&other]


Sue said...

wow! when you said mac, I imagined a raincoat, and I couldn't for the life of me think how that could help her talk to a bloke in Los Angeles, but light has just dawned..

carol said...

I'm full of admiration and hope the blubber keeps her warm!

Gillian said...

I have started to respond to your post a couple of times, and then have realised that I don't know what to say. So many people are so brave. I'm not, and never really was.
Age has brought me more confidence.
Brave I am now and full of bravado and so I shall march on.

But to stand naked show off one's nakedness, blatently.

Around here, such voluptuousness is too common to be other than common.Is that too common of me to say so.

Cheers Gillian

carol said...

I have to say I agree with Gillian. I'm fighting the battle of the belly for various reasons, most not to do with overeating, and feel nothing but disgust with my shape - rightly so as it also means I am much more likely to die sooner. The young women who waddle past my shop daily eating 'Bridie's' (very fatty pasties) and feeding same to their already pudgy kiddies doesn't give me any joy or aesthetic pleasure, just sadness.

carol said...

PS - wish I had 'previewed' so I could have corrected doesn't to don't .... Oh well, I hope it's still comprehensible.

Heide said...

Was there a special occasion for this lady to show off her birthday suit or was she just soaking up some sunshine?