Black & White Sunday: Une Nana Très Sexy

Today, I give you the sexiest in my porcelain doll collection, a doll made after the prostitute character in Emile Zola’s novels, famous Nana.

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This post is related to the Cardinal’s Greek Sexy Sunday.

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43 thoughts on “Black & White Sunday: Une Nana Très Sexy

  1. Your B&W photos are always so good… not being a big fan of B&W I don’t often capture in it or convert to it… probably as with my nature photos the colour tends to be quite important… but I do love seeing photos of those that know how to take them and how to process them… you are damn good at it…

    • :lol: In French it has nothing to do with “granny” :) I love your black and white and the song link. Thank you very much LD :)

  2. Quite a character! And beauty, of course :)
    Hearing the words “porcelain doll”, there is always a touch of fragility in my imagination, yet this one seems to be a tough cookie…

    • I still think Bovary and Chatterly are more beautiful than Nana, but she has sex-appeal :D. I have 9 so far :)

    • These are cheap mass production not well made at all.. very challenging to photograph. Actually, I think I am done with them now.

  3. et Nana Mouskouri?… :) P.S. j’aime bcp:”Blogging is about commenting, not clicking likes. I don’t follow people that are quick on the mouse button.” – same here, I totally agree… :) my very best and have a wonderful weekend! cheers, Mélanie – Toulouse, France

    • C’etait une nana qui chantait tres bien :). Merci de ta visite Melanie. Je suis tres occupee en ce moment, mais je vais cliquer “suivre” pour ne pas te perdre de vue :) J’ai vu photos de Toulouse et cela me plait beaucoup. Bon weekend!

Blogging is about commenting, not clicking likes. I don't follow people that are quick on the mouse button.

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