The apple, symbol of ripeness and plenty, the rosy richness of life, health and vitality. The apple, also symbol of temptation, sin, and the ultimate fall from grace. But which is it? It can't be something good and bad. The law of identity says nothing can ever be itself and its opposite at the same time. It's impossible. The same is true of female beauty. Some people tell us it's evil and others that it's good. But which is it? At Body in Mind, we believe that Nikkala Stott in her prime is a ripe apple, delicious to the eyes, meant to be enjoyed like the sweetest fruit, and savoured as dearly as life itself. Whatever morality you attach to them, in the end, an apple is only an apple, and Nikkala is just Nikkala. If we find a perfect apple fallen from a tree, we eat it, it tastes good, it's nourishing, and we feel lucky for finding it. Nikkala nude is also a lucky find, and her beauty is a juicy apple that commands simply and happily, "bite me".