Another stunning aspect of your photo; it’s not overwhelmed with objects and a multitude of colors; white, black, brown, flesh, and her. It focuses our attention to your art’s elegance.
I wish she, or your photo, had a nickname or perhaps a set of initials. Writing of them in terms such as her, she, your model, or the photo seems too clinically sterile. In my thoughts she and your photo are more noble and noteworthy and both deserve far more attention. Although the term “Art” is fitting, to me it seems somewhat shy of your works distinction. That's my issue, you art is perfect.
You are absolutely, spot-on, correct about the drunken sailor type remarks, and they deserve to be stricken from the record. After all, those types of remarks refer only to the commenter’s desire and not to the majesty of her beauty or your art.
Zedul, I’m not sure that I can believe what I am seeing. I’ve been mesmerized by her beauty as a woman and your skills as a photographer for nearly two hours. There is a graceful contentment that is elegant, alluring, and captivating here and I find it challenging to leave. I’ve never seen a woman posed like this before and it is magnificent. I look forward to seeing more of your work, and hers’ too. Thank you both.
try to make more portraits of this model, just her face, especially eyes. put light from side (to make eyes less dark). I think it will be an excellent photo(s).
(sorry, i'm not a native speaker, I hope you get what i meant).
P.S. good luck with your fight with commenter(s).