The healing power of electricity

A photo shoot may have visual appeal, but I often get caught up in the curiosity of wanting to know the meaning of it. Did Suzie Q & Leo Siboni have a story in mind when they shot these images of Fanny Francoise? The warped angles and reflections within reflections are like a carnival hall of mirrors, or perhaps they just represent the twists and turns of the human mind.

The title of the shoot is The Healing Power of Electricty – maybe a reference to Electroconvulsive therapy, if the dizzying, dream-like images are anything to go by. I can only guess, though, or perhaps pick up a copy of issue 9 of Under The Influence in the hope that it offers more insight.

fanny francois in under the influence

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Fanny Francois: Under The Influence 9 S '11 (NSFW)
Fanny Francois: Under The Influence 9 S '11 (NSFW)
Fanny Francois: Under The Influence 9 S '11 (NSFW)
Fanny Francois: Under The Influence 9 S '11 (NSFW)
Fanny Francois: Under The Influence 9 S '11 (NSFW)
Fanny Francois: Under The Influence 9 S '11 (NSFW)
Fanny Francois: Under The Influence 9 S '11 (NSFW)
Fanny Francois: Under The Influence 9 S '11 (NSFW)
Fanny Francois: Under The Influence 9 S '11 (NSFW)
Fanny Francois: Under The Influence 9 S '11 (NSFW)
Fanny Francois: Under The Influence 9 S '11 (NSFW)
Fanny Francois: Under The Influence 9 S '11 (NSFW)
Fanny Francois: Under The Influence 9 S '11 (NSFW)

You can decide for yourself, and generally be intrigued by the shoot, by clicking on the thumbnails and perusing the full gallery.

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