Eva Green — A Picture is Worth a 100 words


Just a random post describing a picture in about a 100 words or so. To provide some context, a picture of Eva Green was posted by a friend of mine on a whatsapp group, and while everyone appreciated her beauty and absorbed her elegance, I went one step further and wrote a small sensual description (perhaps a bit pretentious in parts) within a couple of minutes as a response in whatsapp. In doing so, I might have accidentally seeded the idea for a blog post, and perhaps for a series of blog posts involving distilling the essence and beauty of a picture (an object, a person, a landscape, anything really) into a 100 words or so. They say a picture is worth a 1000 words, and Eva Green proves that right by miles! In my case, a 100 words will suffice, lest I bore my readers with verbose descriptions of pictorially self-evident observations. Feel free to leave feedback, and comments, discussing Eva Green and/or the description. Take the poll too! 🙂

Disclaimer for humorless feminists stumbling on this post: I am not sexist by any means (I know women are complex, multi-dimensional humans, like all humans on the planet), but I do like to give credit to female sensuality, beauty and aesthetics when the credit is due! 🙂

The Sensual Picture:

Eva Green (the actress and Bond-girl from Casino Royale, who meets a poetically tragic end), pictured here in a sensual screen-capture / picture. Accompanying text is in the post describing this picture in a 100 words (or so).
Eva Green (the actress and Bond-girl from Casino Royale, who meets a poetically tragic end), pictured here in a sensual screen-capture / picture. Accompanying text is in the post describing this picture in a 100 words (or so).

100 Words (or so) Sensual Description:

She appears beautifully sensual and elegantly classy while being seductively sexy. She is at once both a femme fatale and a damsel-in-distress. The way she’s looking down, her gaze not quite on the floor, not quite on her breasts, but meaning to go there, lingering in the space in between. There’s a coyness and simultaneously a subtle yearning expression. Her long pendant caressing the valley in between, its cold metallic surface cradled against the warmth of her skin, leaning ever so gently towards one of her breasts. Her posture, a meditative study on demureness, but betraying a perceptible longing for something. That elegant dress, that demure posture, that coy expression, that inviting bit of cleavage, and those expressive eyes gazing vaguely down – all evocatively inviting her admirers galore – to bask in her soft sensuality, indulge her every whim, and satisfy her every desire.

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4 thoughts on “Eva Green — A Picture is Worth a 100 words

    1. Yea well I have had the misfortune of dealing with some Feminists in discussions (FB, chat, real-life), and I worked out it’s best to lay your cards on the table upfront, and issue all manners of disclaimers, lest you hurt their hyper-sensitive (and sometimes screechy) sensibilities. 😛 … Again thanks for stopping by and reading!

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