As the discoverer of the causal connection bewteen female beauty and morality, I am still surprised at how often I re-discover it. If a woman fits into our personal vision and feelings about the way the world should be, or is at its best, then we find her beautiful.
This is what beauty is. And it is precisely this mixture, this combination of female sexuality and morality, that makes the images of Walter Bosque so beautiful. In his work, we see female sexuality fitting perfectly into natural settings (sometimes literally!). Putting a nude female figure into a natural setting is perhaps the most obvious and popular way to unite morality and female sexuality - and in so doing create female beauty. This is because, for many people, nature is the first and last word on the way things should be. 'Nature', for them, is just another word for 'morality'. For instance, we often hear references to nature used as moral praise or condemnation. "It's not natural!", some screech in moral rejection to human cloning - or - "It's perfectly natural!", others beam with moral pride from inside their nudist colony walls.
The truth is: we use nature as a substitute for morality all the time, and to many, it IS morality. Thus it acts in the same way that any man-made code of morality does when mixed with female sexuality, i.e., it creates female beauty. This is what led to the Body in Mind equation: morality + sexuality = beauty. In this, our latest gallery, we discover another: Women + Walter Bosque = Beauty.