Reprising a role as a naked Goddess: Taryn Andreatta

The right photographer, the right model, and the ways to create beautiful art out of nudity are endless. No clothes or accessories are needed when Akiss Paraskevopoulos and Taryn Andreatta pool their creative talents; and in a shoot all about pure natural beauty, anything else would only take away from the final product. In the absense of clothing or props or urban backdrops, Taryn’s presence is timeless. In part one of Greece Rising, she was a Goddess of the past and the future; this time she reprises the role in black and white, with no distractions or drama, just a feminine form and the fearlessness to use it.

taryn andreatta greece rising nude part 2

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Greece Rising Part II by Akiss Paraskevopoulos (NSFW)
Greece Rising Part II by Akiss Paraskevopoulos (NSFW)
Greece Rising Part II by Akiss Paraskevopoulos (NSFW)
Greece Rising Part II by Akiss Paraskevopoulos (NSFW)
Greece Rising Part II by Akiss Paraskevopoulos (NSFW)
Greece Rising Part II by Akiss Paraskevopoulos (NSFW)
Greece Rising Part II by Akiss Paraskevopoulos (NSFW)
Greece Rising Part II by Akiss Paraskevopoulos (NSFW)

Do indulge in the full shoot – stunningly photographed by Akiss Paraskevopoulos (akissparaskevopoulos.com) – by clicking on the gallery.

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