Eyes Wide Shut

The title Eyes Wide Shut may lead your mind in the direction of relationship-damning Stanley Kubrik films full of erotic underground cults. But there are no masks or hooded cloaks in Julia Kiecksee‘s work bearing the same name. Rather it’s a lingerie shoot marked by a subtle sensuality and that waking-daydream quality of being both aware and oblivious at the same time; and it’s another of Julia’s shoots that takes place on Hamburg’s dunes but manages to be far from the cliche beach shoot.

lina ulrich & juliane behneke eyes wide shut

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Lina & Juliane Behneke in Eyes Wide Shut
Lina & Juliane Behneke in Eyes Wide Shut
Lina & Juliane Behneke in Eyes Wide Shut
Lina & Juliane Behneke in Eyes Wide Shut
Lina & Juliane Behneke in Eyes Wide Shut
Lina & Juliane Behneke in Eyes Wide Shut
Lina & Juliane Behneke in Eyes Wide Shut
Lina & Juliane Behneke in Eyes Wide Shut
Lina & Juliane Behneke in Eyes Wide Shut
Lina & Juliane Behneke in Eyes Wide Shut
Lina & Juliane Behneke in Eyes Wide Shut

Lina Ulrich and Juliane Behneke bring a youthful innocence to the shoot, which you can see in full by clicking on the thumbnails.

Head to Julia Kiecksee’s website, which can be found at juliakiecksee.de, for more of her work.

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