Sometimes stepping into the flames is simply, sitting still, in front of the camera.

As a woman who has posed nude for four years now– I have shunned the idea of ever having to take a picture.

Pained by the harsh realities, reflected in my face. Feeling that in every shot I looked chubby, out of shape, and un-pretty.

Not so much anymore, thanks to this steadfast stare.

Now, here is Portrait Proof that at least, I can handle the heat.

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Capricorn Full Moon @ 17 Degrees

A repressed woman finds psychological release in nudism.

Sabian Symbols are a favored aspect to Astrology– they draw a visual picture of what’s being called to attention in a chart.

How shocked was I to find that the Capricorn Full Moon– the lunation that lit up my own Sun Sign, was on a degree which spoke directly to me.

Lately, This Thor has been digging the snippet sized posts. So, to keep it short, while I was definitely aware of the need to do the work– as a Capricorn this spotlight shined a reminder on how I still keep a lid on what would better be released.

Look out for a long winded…

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Totem Carly


The Intuitive Direction, of young artistic women, is certainly amazing.

This particular picture, however,– a group effort, is oh! so suiting.

Carly the Capricorn.   Malleable like an octopus.

Pisces rules the feet, because it’s important that we remain grounded in our Spirituality.

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Nasty Women

Over 1,300 people lined up and waited throughout the evening, just to enter the building, of Moonlight Studios, on May 5th, 2017.

All in favor of supporting Planned Parenthood– a public response to the recent change in political climate.

A few months prior to that, This Model, answered a Craiglist ad– opening a door to an evening of “tasteful nude” photography. Emphasizing the female form.

Hanging out nakey with a crew of similarly aged ladies was right up my alley!

Kara Wackrow is the Lovely & Talented Photographer.

It was so much fun!!

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Phyllis at Evanston Art Center, January 24

You’re seeing my tits today in honor of the Artist who drew this, Phyllis.

The first to roll into the classroom yesterday Phyllis was escorted by Donald, her care giver.

The Evanston Art Center tends to draw in women of the North Shore, but none with the clout of the one whom I had the pleasure of working with yesterday.

When taking a picture of her drawing she instructed clearly that she not be in it. This saddened me.

Throughout the course she let me know time & again what pleasure she was having.

Her work is simple & captivating.

I appreciate my job for reasons like Phyllis. For our time together allowed her to transcend life in a wheelchair.

Audience response far & wide have alerted me that I do! convey a positive energy when sitting upon the stage.

My time on the stand has provided the space to work on my own emotional body.

Now, we focus on grounding.

 Life is truly a Blessing.

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