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Such beautiful curves!

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2 -- Nicky caught in the jaws of tech!
3 -- luv the bit of a bush on my little sister! I shouldn't say this, but it's sooo much sexier! :-)
4 -- I'm blowin' it, but that's also sexy. She's got boobs! :-)
5 -- everything lookin' good. I have to admit my little sister is quite attractive :-)
10 -- luv the look. 17 -- hot.
18 -- Nicky, you've got a womanly you-know-what. Congrats! :-) Someday we're gonna see it all grown out and I'm gonna have a heart attack! :-)
19 -- she looks slightly dangerous -- not quite so little-sister-ish :-)
20 -- Ms Hot needs to chill... :-)
21 -- my good-lookin' little sister :-) 22...Nakia...
23,4 -- dare I tell her that stubble is sexy :-? She's not as little as I thought! :-)
25 -- it is definitely better with some hair. Waaay more interesting :-)
26 -- this shot makes me realize that the most erotic ones for me entail "natural" rather than "forced" poses like this. IOW, "accidentally" erotic is hotter than "deliberately" erotic.
27 -- she's got a little bit of hair, tho... :-) Better than nuthin' -----
29 -- now just imagine that grown out completely. It would be I dare say lovely :-) As it is, it's unnaturally shaped. Again, better than nothing, but...
You cannot beat nature's beauty. No matter what the beauty industry sez.

More later maybe. Only halfway through this set :-)

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25 -- it is definitely better with some hair. Waaay more interesting :-)
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You always can change your "focus area" to her eyes. Anyway I believe that your interest is for all girl's personality.

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I'm making a big deal of it because I'd bugged her so much about it and now she's actually let some grow. So I want to encourage more growth!
And I will focus on her eyes. I'm still going through the set, and have definitely found other interesting things besides her little bush!
I'm just getting way behind this embarrassment of riches! I stop to compare images and I'm lost. Wouldn't make a pro's deadlines!

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Part 2:
31, 32 -- all that said, these are sexy. The real skin textures in 32... :-)
35 -- nice armpit! :-) 39 -- incestuous....but squeezable :-)
42 -- Big Bro sez grow your cute little muff, Nicky :-)
43, 44 -- fantastic composition!
45-48 -- she wakes! Nice sequence.
49 -- love your breasts in this shot. Ooopz! :-)
50 -- like the skin texture here -- and the sly smile :-)
51 -- you can meditate anywhere! :-) Beautiful lines...
53 -- Nicky, I shouldn't say this, but you're a honey :-)
54 -- a hot honey :-)
55 -- a kind of dangerous honey :-)
56 -- a very straightforward honey :-)
57 -- like the textures...
59 -- it's getting harder and harder to call you my little sister! :-) Very provocative.
60 -- d-range to the limits! Like the look :-)
61 -- pretty steamy!
62 -- the slightly satanic real Nicky :-? A little more to her than I thought... :-)
63 -- back in the light but with down on her thighs. OK, Nicky, you graduate to womanhood! :-)
64 -- nothing like a sunset! :-)

Tech is dramatic piece of work :-)

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...a dramatic piece of work, that is :-)

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This is beautiful Rylsky. I wasn't sure that you had this level of creativity to call upon... Niki looks 'fan'tastic and the set just blows me away!! Bra VO!

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thank you and welcome. sad if you thought that I have lost all "creativity".
i can eat this easily.

At least I must say that you can try to find anything with colored water in a studio sets used in any erotic magazine before 2006 on regular basis. And I bet you know what is the difference between commercial paysite content vs. erotiс contests content. I must say that I used the same photos in "art" contests and "erotic paysite" sets.
:P

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I did not say that you "lost" any creativity... I said that I did not know that you had it... ;o)
Sad that I did not understand what else you said. I know nothing of "2006 erotic magazines" or art contests....(?)

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"Not having it" and "losing it" could amount to the same thing. Kids generally are very creative, but usually get their creativity beaten out of them by a world that demands they conform to rigid expectations. By the end of high school most people have lost touch with any "creativity" they might have had.
Artists hang onto it, at all costs :-)

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Something else that's lost over time is reading comprehension...

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Would you believe "reading creativity" :-?

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Easier to believe "creative reading"....;o)

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Sounds better! :-)

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ok, call it whatever you want, but using of color filter on backround lighting is VERY simple. I can't understand how it can be "creative". anyway, we have all the rights to call "creative" or "usual shit" whatever we want. some of us see north white nights everyday in summer (St.Petersburg, Russia), some of us see it once in a life. for 1st person it is BOOOOOOOORING, for 2nd it will be magic and happy day in life. Or just imagine you see Mona Lisa from a very first day of your life.Imagine you see only Louvre's masterpieces... you will call any Instagram snapshot as "extremely creative".
:)

cheers and peace to you.

PS
it was a chapter in neverending story about PERSONAL question of tastes. Our God was creative, see the World he created... we are only humans here and live for a limited time.

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Whatever you say...

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This is another treasured visit from one of my favorite models.

Thank you Nikia, thank you Team Rylsky!

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WOW!
let me welcome you, I remember your name on MetArt... Thank you for supporting of RA!

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Rylsky...after enjoying your art on MetArt and SexArt I joined your site this morning. You really have talent at capturing the beauty of these fabulous women. Nikia is incredible. Thank you for your art!

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Thank you for joining us, JakeNJ! Don't forget to check out ouк blog section if you didn't know about this feature before.

http://members.rylskyart.com/members/blog/

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This set is wonderful, and I hope it will be remembered the next time "experiments" come up. And compliments to whoever is finding the locations, which have always been a very strong feature of RylskyArt.

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Thank you for compliments. I promise many new locations coming on RylskyArt in 2014

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Visually stunning (both Nikia and the setting). Nothing like this found anywhere. Kudos to the both of you.

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....perhaps 'ur best set ever, comrade Rylsky!

PERFECT/11

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Red-hot Nikia.
Wow.

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What more can I say that I haven't already? Nakia is an absolute angel. Her expressions just knock me out. She has a cool confident demeanor that is pure sex! She knows the effect she has and is enjoying it to the max. She is the ultimate sex goddess. Her poses are designed to inflame and seduce and I am a helpless fly in her web of seduction. Rylsky has worked his magic with Nakia. She was shy and demure when she started and she has managed to take the demure factor and turn it into one of his wonderful goddesses. We here at RA are lucky to see Nakia more often than those with Met alone. That in it's self is worth the price of membership.

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N-I-K-I-A

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N
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K
I
A

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However it is spelled the simple fact is it spells ADORABLE!

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Would you believe N-i-c-k-y :-?

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You made it for me. It works. Many times repeating thing became living in a mind.
:)

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She's a Nicky/Nikki. Whether she knows it or not :-)

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Niki....dbl k would be pointless.

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That extra "k" was filling in for the "c", but you're right -- if not Nicky, Niki :-)

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But there is no "c" in the name as she uses it...

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Well, when she visits America she can pull that "c" out... :-)

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It's shorter and sweeter :-)

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PS
our friend Hipshot (and some other members) like to write "Nakia". Some ppl on MetArt called me "Ry", "Rilski", "Rylksy", etc.
It's OK.
:)

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Nakia... I like that better than Nikia :-)
My favorite variation of your name is Rlysky. At least the one I'm most prone to :-)

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Yeah, just don't call me Skyryl.
:)

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It's all those darned consonants! :-)
Not a vowel to hang your hat on!
Now if it were spelled Rillskee* I'd have no problem :-)

Ski those hills! :-)

*or maybe "Reelskee" :-)

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Listen to Taissia in her last video, she did it right with my name
:)

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For your taste. She said she is "Nikia". But you are free to call her whatever you want.

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Yeah, she doesn't want to be "downsized." But let her know that "Nicky" or whatever seems to suit her perfectly in a good way :-)

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I'm open to N-i-k-k-i as well. As long as it sounds the same :-)

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Nikia, honey, it's about time you returned. I was beginning to lose my will to live. You are exceptionally beautiful in this set (but then, you always are). I like the warm colors. They make a lovely contrast with your cool demeanor. Great stuff!

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You got to love Nikia. This remarkable young lady is supremely beautiful and incredibly sensual. She is absolutely gorgeous. It is always a wonderful pleasure to see Nikia's up dates. I do not think I have ever seen a bad or unpleasing photo of her. I see there seems to be a new profile photo of Nikia and it is gorgeous.

I do not know what this location is but Rylsky has managed to find a new and interesting site that is unfamiliar to me. Excellent! Great up! Nikia is perfectly perfect.

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Oops! In the last paragraph I meant to write: Excellent! Great up date! Nikia is perfectly perfect.

By the way Rylsky, GO ISLANDERS!!!!

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1-0 lead
:)

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tied

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Final score: 2 to 1 Rangers win.

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yes, wost game (scoring chances) for the Isles this season... looks like open air is not for them.

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Yes, I wish to be on Yankee Stadium with all our team today...
But I will take my coffee and watch it live on NHL gamecenter live.

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Never mind, Neil -- it's wrong anyway! --- if 'u want it correct, write "UPDATE"...!

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If you are expert in English - please let me know what is correct(1 or 2)?

1. "Never mind"
2. "Nevermind"

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Never mind is correct --- talking about idiomatic expressions, you should write "never-mind".

Never mind --- comrade Plutonoff is a notorious "never-mind"* (*ie: comrade Plutonoff is notoriously heedless/careless &c)!

Never-ending war --- this war never ends! --- endless war!

A never-failing man --- this man never fails!

It's a "Nevermind-land"/never-mind-land". USW...

Never mind --- this is just random examples...!

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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nevermind

Never mind! :-)

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I know Rylsky is aware that "Nirvana" album --- however:

Proper names are distinguished from proper nouns. A proper noun is a word-level unit of the category noun, while proper names are noun phrases (syntagms) . For instance, the proper name ‘Jessica Alba’ consists of two proper nouns: ‘Jessica’ and ‘Alba’. Proper names may consist of other parts of speech, too: ‘Brooklyn Bridge’ contains the common noun ‘Bridge’ as well as the proper noun ‘Brooklyn’. ‘The Raritan River’ also includes the determiner ‘the’. ‘The Bronx’ combines a determiner and a proper noun. Finally, ‘the Golden Gate Bridge’ is a proper name with no proper nouns in it at all.

While any string of words (or non-words) can be a proper name, we may (tentatively) locate that liberality in the form of proper nouns. Proper names, by contrast, simply have a large number of paradigms corresponding to the sorts of things named (Carroll 1985). For instance, official names of persons in most Western cultures consist of (at least) first and last names (themselves proper nouns). Names of bridges have an optional definite determiner and often contain the common noun ‘bridge’. Hence we can have bridge names that embed other proper names like ‘The George Washington Bridge’. We can also have structurally ambiguous names like ‘the New New York Public Library’.

Names are often claimed to be syntactically “definite,” since they can occur with markers of definiteness, such as the definite article in English. Since definite expressions include pronouns, demonstratives and definite descriptions, this evidence is often used to support views on which names are subsumed to one of these categories), though it is also consistent with names forming their own species of definite.

What we might call proper nominals (proper names without their determiner) can modify other nouns, as in ‘a Bronx resident’. They can also occur as the restrictors of determiners other than ‘the’, as in ‘every Alfred’. Some (notably Burge [1973]—see the Description Theory below) take such non-argumental occurrences as consitituting their primary use (in a theoretical, rather than statistical sense). However, it might seem more natural, pre-theoretically, to regard such occurrences as on a par with “coerced” expressions such as the verb ‘googled’.

Is there just one proper name ‘Alice’ or are there many homonyms (‘Alice-1’, ‘Alice-2’, etc.)? On the one hand, it is tempting to infer the uniqueness of the name, on syntactic grounds, from the uniqueness of the proper noun (arguably the same noun recurs in the names ‘Alice Waters’ and ‘Alice Walker’, as well as in the phrase ‘two famous Alices’). On the other hand, there is pressure from semantics to recognize multiple homonyms (or else large-scale ambiguity). For instance, if the meaning of a name is its referent, then there is either one ambiguous name ‘Alice’, with as many meanings as there are individuals named Alice, or many univocal names with identical spelling. If instead the meaning of a name corresponds to a rule determining, or constraining, its reference in a context, then there is no pressure to adopt either expedient.

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thanks
:)

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It definitely got me thinking about the definitive article :-)
And consulting the dictionary :-)

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"Nevermind" this entire "conversation of irrelevance". If poor Nikia was looking for comments about this "set", she is no doubt walking away shaking her pretty head...and possibly laughing it off!!

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Well, if she tries to follow it it might be good English practice -- that is if it doesn't provoke her to quit English for good! :-)

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Number one!

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It depends on whether you're being poetic or not :-)

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