“She was nothing special. Every head in the bar did not turn, dazzled by her length of leg, flaunt of bosom or swing of butt. But to him she was everything. He emerged from anxiety like a butterfly to the sun.”
The quote is from Larry Beinhart’s, No One Rides For Free, the first of three Tony Cassella mysteries, one of my all-time favourites. The picture is part of my Noir series, though probably not part of the narrative; this is my contribution for Paula’s Thursday’s Special – this week, it’s female.
10 thoughts on “She”
This is a seriously cool photograph: the pose, the shadow … very clever.
Thank you so much! It’s always great to learn what other people see in a picture.
Great quote and photo.
Thank you. I appreciate it.
What a great image.
Thank you, Lynne!
Beautifully paired. : )
I’m thinking Joan Fontaine or Eva Marie Saint, definitely something from Hitchcock’s screen 😀 Brilliant and still so much fun 🙂
Hitchcock’s not far away. Thanks, Paula!