The Flowers of Evil

$1.452,00

“How hard it is to be a beautiful woman.” Charles Baudelaire.

The beauty of a photograph is made up of three essential angles: the frame, the brightness and the sound. The Flowers of Evil, work by Gokhan Altintas Photography produced with his Muse Charlotte Mequignon.

“How hard it is to be a beautiful woman.”

To a passerby:

The noisy street was sceaming around me.

Long, thin, in great mourning, majestic pain,

A woman passed, with a lavish hand

Lifting, swinging the scallop and hem;

Agile and noble, with his statue leg.

Me, I drank, tense like an extravagant,

In his eye, livid sky where the hurricane germinates,

The softness that fascinates and the pleasure that kills.

Lightning … then night! – Fugitive beauty

Whose gaze suddenly made me reborn,

Will I only see you in eternity?

Elsewhere, very far from here ! too late ! never maybe!

Cause I don’t know where you’re running, you don’t know where I’m going

O you whom I would have loved, O you who knew it!

Charles Baudelaire

The beauty of a photograph is made up of three essential angles: the frame, the brightness and the sound. The Flowers of Evil, work by Gokhan Altintas Photography produced with his Muse Charlotte Mequignon.

Weather condition
Hair color
Eyes color
Photography plan
Anthropological type
Type of photography
Colors

Black, Brown, Red, Yellow

Model

Charlotte Mequignon

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “The Flowers of Evil”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *