That was a great photoshoot, and this is one of the best images from that collection.
This is the Paper magazine article which contained those pics.
She also posed for David LaChappelle in an offbeat spread that was designed for his book cover, but also appeared in yet another edition of Paper.
Wow. She’s a beauty.
She turns 21 in a couple of weeks. Here is her IMDb profile pic
Key info from IMDb: “In June of 2018, Caylee Cowan made her film debut as Jan Hurst in Sunrise in Heaven (2019). In October, she was cast as Holly Martins in Year of the Detectives (2019).”
Another one of those “topless in the surf” shots that might be posed or candid, and we really don’t care which.
The person who captured this scene slowed down and brightened the open-leg shot.
Our kind of perve!
I really like Pike, and she’s obviously still beautiful at 40, but I wish she had been into scenes like this when she was 25. A quick open-beaver shot could even have kept me awake during Pride and Prejudice.
I might even go so far as to say that it might keep me awake in a Terrence Malick film.
Naw, probably not
Perhaps that might work in certain circumstances: (1) Malick would have to place it near the end of the film, thus forcing me to stay awake; (2) I would have to watch it in a theater, thus preventing me from fast-forwarding to the nudity.
She turns 66 today.
Key Lenz as Breezy (1973)
Did you know …
Lenz was once married to teen heartthrob David Cassidy. They wed in 1977, when Cassidy’s career was at its peak, or close to it.
“For the Democrats to interview in open hearings a convicted liar & fraudster, at the same time as the very important Nuclear Summit with North Korea, is perhaps a new low in American politics and may have contributed to the ‘walk.’”
First of all, “MAY have”? You don’t know? Well, who does? Gee, if only there was somebody you could ask about whether Cohen’s testimony affected your decision to walk.
Second, contributed how? Is The Donald really saying he was so upset with Cohen that it altered his mood and made him walk out on Kim? What a wuss!
Third, if that is what he’s saying, why is it bad? He has been defending the “walk” as the right thing to do. So is he saying that Cohen and the Democrats got him to do the right thing? Or is he now saying that walking was the wrong thing to do, and the mean old Democrats made him do it? This time I can’t even figure out what he is driving at.
Finally, it’s probably not that wise for Trump to remind everyone that Cohen lied under oath, because the alleged lie was saying that Trump was not involved with Russia. If Cohen was lying when he said that, then Trump WAS involved in negotiations with Russia about deals that would eventually require Putin’s OK, and therefore ultimately affected every position he took, and every statement he made, concerning either Russia or Putin. In fact, it would be in Trump’s best interest to argue that Cohen did NOT lie to Congress. (It would be best for Trump if Cohen had told the truth to Congress, but that would not be accurate because Cohen did lie. Then again, when did Trump ever care about accuracy?)