I knew there was something special about this girl. I had noticed it in her last portrait series. While the concept (of the other one) wasn’t overly impressive, there were still sparks of something special. This black and white portrait series is classic and well-executed. In this case, simplicity is really the best. Jlynn just uses simple movements, but the small nuances really come out in this piece. Her lines are gorgeous, and I cannot stop staring at the arch of her back. And the look in her eyes…it kind of reminds me of Karlie’s patented “death stare” as she stomps down the runway. Jlynn has her own version of it; I love that it comes out here. This is a breathtakingly timeless portrait series. Jlynn is utterly gorgeous in this.