She is SO beautiful, and the whole concept of the photo is awesome as well! I usually don't like the color pink /rose /"fleshy"... but in this case, in contrast with the dark hair and the green apple... awesome!
Only one thing - is she pregnangt, or does the dress make her look that way?
However, thanks to Eve, mankind has a chance to live on earth. We are given our own personalities and trials to learn and grow. Because of Eve, more people are able to be born to this Earth to prove themselves worthy to live with God, judging by the lives they lead.
But that's only if you can stand to think of such things. I'm just sharing my opinion, not meaning to impose or preach.
Going back to the photograph, I find this an interesting take on this woman from the bible.
Iiiii don't know about anyone else, but I know I can not "prove" myself worthy of life with God. That's why I'm thankful he sent his son to die for me--all of us--on the cross. So we don't have to prove ourselves. ANYHOO, regarding the picture--I think it is lovely. The entire concept is perfectly portrayed, and the photography is gorgeous! Wonderful work.
the Forbidden fruit was not said as an APPLE in the bible. (people just had the concept that it was an apple XDD). But it really did took the story of hers with that picture. the is very BEAUTIFUL and GORGEOUS.
In all honesty, when I first looked at this picture I didn't really like it. However, I mentioned it to my friends, and through picking many holes in it and trying to understand what it's portraying, it's mostly proven that it gets people talking. I think whether it's positive or negative, that means that the picture is at least somewhat successful.
I have many views on lots of different aspects of the picture, but I won't list them here. I'll list my favourite point, and my least liked:
Least Fave: The inconsistency on the model, somewhere between messy and pristine - headband/wristband/bra-strap don't convey a super bold meaning (even if that bold meaning is supposed to be a lack of meaning, even that isn't defined strongly (sorry if that's badly written/confusing)
Fave: The contrast on the apple. That apple is the only truly bold green object in the picture and contrasts well with the blurred background. Makes it stand out brilliantly.