The woman entering the ripe age will bloom like a blooming cactus. This inner strength is cleverly conveyed through Alessandra Fiorini’s photos
Alessandra fiorini’s flowering cactus series
Speaking of cacti, we think of green, thorny plants. At first glance, they give off a rough, gritty feel. But cacti can also bloom. From the jagged thorny branches grow extremely sweet, brightly colored flowers.
This contrasting image is the reason why many people love to play cactus, patiently taking care of it to wait for the day it blooms. Cactus usually bloom only once a year. Some varieties even begin to bloom only after 30 years of age. The cactus is also a cactus, revealing only its white and fragrant flower at night when the whole world has gone to sleep.
The phrase “blooming cactus” is therefore often used to describe the patience to successfully welcome the blossoming pistil. It can also be likened to a thorny woman, slowly revealing her inner gentleness and tenderness, once she begins to trust the other person. Photographer Alessandra Fiorini’s Flowering Cactus series depicts a woman’s flowering to maturity.
Alessandra Fiorini is a fashion, swimsuit and art photographer born and raised in Brazil. She is known for her ability to convey the model’s charisma to the viewer in the most sexy way.
For the Cactus in bloom , photographer Alessandra Fiorini shook hands with stylist Cristina Cellini. This female stylist has lived in many different countries – Italy, England, the Netherlands, and moved across Africa – thereby integrating a multicultural and colorful fashion style.
The two met model Anna K in Miami, Florida, USA. Anna is from Russia, moved to Miami 7 years ago, and loves the enthusiastic energy of the people here. Together, they made a series of photos of Cactus blooming with charm and personality.
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