I beg to differ, Rob. I see it as a moment with a woman in it.
I know all too well how hard it is to let go of wanting to optimise, if not perfect, women in pictures. But once done the world changes and I now find such attention to falsifying detail total anathema.
There's enough plastic fantastic about, let's celebrate humanity, warts and all.
True, but the moment without the woman wouldn't have been anything, not even a moment; it wouldn't have been preserved.
I'm not suggesting the addition of anything, just a little teensy weensy trim... I have one latitudinal bump I'd like to trim - sits just under my navel (sorry, I've just stood up to check, and the navel's included) - just under my ribs that does no good at all. But for that, who kows what offers I might be getting! Calvin...