Tex Hollywood - February 21, 2022
This is what I would call a pretty cinematic shoot in the depths of nature.
I feel like there's a sombre feeling of remoteness, one that I would imagine we'd feel in the apocalypse, where our heroine has crawled out of a bunker, after her clothing was burned off in the nuclear event that triggered the apocalypse, only to reemerge, hoping to find food, other survivors, but hopefully not clothing.
It also reminds me of the Old West, but that could just be because I played 16 hours of Red Dead Redemption 2 this weekend, it's a peaceful and relaxing game. I also watch 1883 by the brilliant mind behind Yellowstone, which has similar cinematic vibes.
The framing of the shots leave a lot to the imagination. The nude model almost a co-star to the epic natural setting, you know there is beauty in nature and they capture it in this series.
I feel like we're hunters spotting a deer on our trail cam, or maybe we're the heroes of a search party trying to find a missing person, only to find her stripped down and realigned with her natural spirit, in some sort of psychological break that after some thought doesn't seem like much of a break at all.