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Model on top but less photoshop please
Not quite natural, really

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For your information: it's Evita's silhouette I've used in my "New Year's pic" at
http://members.rylskyart.com/members/blog/

As you can see I've written "2013" (NOT "2014")....and indeed; lovely Edita had her bout (de souffle) the last day of anno 2013 ---:

"What's more ethical: The women who cheats, or the man who walks out?
Parvulesco: The woman who cheats." LOL

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Sounds like there's a military conflict going on right outside my house, but honestly --- I think it's my neighbors launching some of their New Year's rockets!
Parallax is relaxing....enjoying his Xmas beer...! :)

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Parallax is relaxing....enjoying his Xmas beer...! :)
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it's the best way to solve and close all this. I really happy that your choice is beer and New Year celebration. Cheers!!!
:)

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Well....I actually had something stronger too, but I'm still able to write a few words!

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I hope this flooded apartment is dried up before the next shoot...;o)
Zelda is a splendid way to end the year! Delicious as ever!! May you have a productive and successful New Year dearest Zelda! I absolutely adore you!XOXOXO

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This is Zelda and she is as beautiful as she can be. She is as cute as a young lady can be. She is as happy, friendly enthusiastic and sexy as possible. For me, it is a true pleasure to see any new set featuring this amazingly beautiful young woman.

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Sometimes less is more. A beautiful woman, simple background, one or two prop(s); it can work.

Zelda is the beautiful woman, and the background and prop(s) are fine. Some of the poses though. . .?

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Definitely some odd, marionette-like poses scattered throughout the set. Not so sure Zelda was entirely "into" this set - some of her famous smiles look a bit forced. As if the water was colder than she'd liked. When I see this kid of "wet" look set, I always think of a darkened studio and black or deep-colored backgrounds and the white background in this one just doesn't sit well for me.

But hey, almost ANY opportunity to see Zelda is a plus for me.

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Here's our beautiful Zelda, back after being rescued from the tight jeans in her last set. This time she's under any threat from her clothing, she doesn't wear a stitch. Instead, we get Zelda in all her wonderful deliciousness. Was anyone ever cuter? Yum. Thanks and 10s to all involved.

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There's a "not" missing from the second sentence. It should read, "she's NOT under any threat…"

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Not a good idea to try Soviet-style censorship on Americans...

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Call it "Soviet" or whatever you want, but censorship will start here immediately and "as fast as lighting" if we will see:

1. models private information that was shared WITHOUT model's permission.
2. comments with promotion of ANY ILLEGAL or UNDERAGE content.
3. comments with 0% respect to all.

If to be "Happy American" means to have right to write these kinda comments - Call me "Stalinsky", but I will never understand why we need to make models unhappy or promote crime content.

The only problem why other comments dissappered is that if it was REPLY to incorrect comments.

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Agreed on the first 2. The third one, though, I do not "get." Especially if that's why comments were removed yesterday.
If you're gonna be the judge of "0% respect to all" and "incorrect" comments, then I would advise you to hire a good English/Russian interpreter.
Because, sorry, Rylsky, I can't dance to your tune.

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You don't need to dance to my tune (but today we all can dance New Year's dances). Sometimes just trust that it was an issue that need to be fixed asap. It was yesterday and it was issue that could possibly stop Evita's career for all of members and for RA. Sometimes we have no chance to discuss in public what issues it was. Feel free to use email.

It was not about #3. We already discuss it with Parallax: I think we have agreement and no more problems here.
Some comments was removed because it contains replies to removed comments that hurt our model. We did what we must to protect her (and let you see more of her in future). Just ask yourself - if you was me - what to do.

Please take it easy and don't make an elephant from the fly. Especially when this fly was removed or fly away.

Happy New Year!

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Mr Stalinsky --- none of the removed comments had the content you enumerate above...!

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This is not for public area. See mail. You may not trust me, but we all must trust documents.

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OK --- let's clean up this mess (see mail)!

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The pertinent documents are in a "public" space -- these comments. Oh, except for the ones that were removed -- "censored."

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It is much more that comments, it is real trouble for a little girl who is model for your pleasure. Pain and trouble to a girl vs. remove comments - I think you will do a right choice. AND PLEASE FELL FREE to make same thread as yesterday, BUT without any personal info or promoting anything wrong for a little girl who trust you and me.

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Again, Rylsky, I do not know what you are talking about, as far as our comments are concerned.
If she has personal problems that require a mind-reader to understand and be careful with, perhaps she shouldn't be modeling on this site? On any site?

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If you have a choice to stop her modeling for us (vs. let her be our model for a long time) - I am strongly disappointed with your choice.

I have no idea how RA can be a site with beautiful exclusive girls if we will make same choice even once. We will became something that I will never take part in. Ladies (and their privacy and happiness) FIRST if I am the manager here.

Please stop all this public discussions about why she want to be happy. Any model deserve it.

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You are missing my point, which is about deleting comments without justification that others can actually see. Both Parallax and me were and are mystified and angered by the deletion of our comments, because we didn't think we were saying anything harmful to Evita. But now we'll never know, because the evidence has been destroyed. All we're left with is the word of the person who decided to delete our comments.

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"Soviet style" As an American, I give thanks to God that I never experienced Soviet style anything.

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Until now...

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"Soviet-style censorship". Explain please.

I must be contented from too much holiday food, or the censorship is too subliminal for this Canadian.

Someone agrees with you though, so I would appreciate a dumbed down explanation.

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Parallax put up a lengthy comment about Evita's name and its connection to Eva Peron, and I made a comment or 2 in response to Parallax -- these comments gradually all disappeared within a few hours.

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Parallax put up three different copies of the same comment regarding Evita's name. Two of the three copies of this post have been removed, together with some replies and a comment about techinal problems. One copy of Parallax's comment is still there, under my comment.

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See my preceding comment.

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I would ask Rylsky to re-post the removed comments so that we can better understand this issue.
As it is now we're all groping in the dark.

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Parallax and everybody here are free to write anything again. No pain for a model - no censorship.

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Ah, so the models are the censors!
Have 'em go to English class -- otherwise they're gonna be hurtin' a lot :-)
Either that, or have them stop reading comments.

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You have no idea what are talking about. Looks like you've read a part of yesterday's comments. And this part was NOT about the issue. SEE MAIL.

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See my email. I'm just talking about the stuff I noticed had disappeared -- and why it did.

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..."dumbed down"..."Canadian"...! -- sounds like another "Mr Maple(s)" (behold the Maple Leaf -- National flag of Canada)!!

http://nb.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Mr.%20Maple

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I am proud to be compared to such an illustrious Canadian (the preceding is in the sarcastic or ironic font).

It is healthy though that the two countries who share the longest undefended border in the world do not agree on everything!

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This is the worst set "the world-renowned photographer Rylsky" (see Rylsky Art, Facebook) has published of Zelda so far....no rating from me today!

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As I understand it, the RylskyArt Facebook page is poorly run by MetArt and has nothing to do with Rylsky himself. Before I joined RylskyArt, I tried to communicate with Rylsky via Facebook and discovered I was talking to myself. The same is true with www.RylskyArt.net.

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....wrong, Neil --- "Rylsky" is personally responsible for the "Rylsky Art" content! The Russians are smart enough to play stupid....and I like that....but I don't appreciate that NSA sabotages my e-mail clients in order to get his letters!
This is POLITICS, Neil....forget Zelda!

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Parallax:

Are you saying that Big Brother sabotages/d your e-mail clients partly to get access to Rylsky's letters? Or more likely that once they have sucked up all that they have been allowed to, they might eventually investigate more deeply into Rylsky and those who communicate with him?

What earthly value could there be in the emails of a photographer of beautiful women who resides and works in Russia beyond the word Russia.

If my interpretation of the far out possibilities of your comment is correct, then we all have many more problems coming our way than what has so far been released of what you know who has said about Big Brother.

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It's a slippery slope to hell :-)

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I will use my bad English once again and I hope you will understand the differences.

Excuse me, Rylsky is not responsible for anything that he was not informed. Many sites use our content but NONE of these sites will answer as real Rylsky. Just imagine any song was used for "killing people video" soundtrack. Are composer or singer guilty because of this?

You know how to contact me and ask me whatever you want, why ask to somebody who promote a site or use my photos?
Please feel the difference.

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absolutely!

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