Ministry of Boobies: Spooky Edition

Somehow given my life experience I suspect this lady isn't the first to find herself scantily clad is a graveyard. But this time its for a good cause.

A Polish photographer did not break the law by conducting a photo shoot with a half-naked model at the Jewish cemetery in Checiny, Polish lawmakers held this week after a complaint was filed.


The city prosecutor in the Polish city of Kielce decided this week that Polish photographer Lukasz Szczygielski did not intend to insult the religious sensibilities of the cemetery of the Jewish community and that his main objective was art when he photographed a topless model at the Jewish cemetery in Checiny in August, TVN 24 reported.

At the time, Szczygielski explained that he wanted to draw attention to the neglected cemetery in the southern Poland town.

All the controversial images are here

Also a NSFW set of Szczygielski's work is here. Tough job that photography. Anyway feel free to surf through those, because Halloween is spooky and nothing calms your irrational fear like boobies.

Posted by: Howie at 01:15 PM


1 Just out of respect, didn't Szczygielski have sense enough to ask the cemetery owners/trustees if it was ok for him to do his kind of photo session on their property?

Posted by: Bubbe at October 31, 2013 01:56 PM

2 From what I can tell he thought or it appeared the cemetery was "abandoned" or in disrepair.

So he may not have information about who runs it.

Still so far as I know anyone can visit a cemetery during the day. I've visited a few at night ;-)

Anyway when I'm six feet under I won't have any objection to half nekkid chicks resting themselves on my stone. Just don't knokc it over or vandalize it. Otherwise, fine with me.

Posted by: Howie at October 31, 2013 02:02 PM

3 When I plan to shoot a few snapshots of naked/half naked wimmens, I ALWAYS think of 'abandoned cemeteries'.

Posted by: EROWMER at October 31, 2013 08:25 PM

4 She doesn't look half nekkid. I see women wearing less'n that at walmart or at concerts. Anyhow, is the prosecutor upset because it was done at a cemetery or because it was a jewish cemetery? Would there be charges he chose a Presbyterian churchyard? Pixelized faces ruin these or i'd have shiny new wallpaper right now.

Posted by: Storm Saxon's Gall Bladder at October 31, 2013 10:53 PM

5 @4 I see "women" wearing less than that on the streets round where I live, and Im not talking a few and I'm not talking Hos, but "respectable" middle class English " fashion"-slaves. At times you have to concede sharia has a point to argue on dress codes.
But thats another story.
The photographers work is bland to the point of non-entity status, but he's managed to get a load of attention to it by accident it seems. Im sure he meant nothing by his location, its just that cemetaries , along with derelict buildings, junk yards, abanodoned hospitals and empty factories are all the Big Fad in photography at the moment. It was probably serendipity that he made a "mistake" in using a Jewish one.

Posted by: Axel at November 01, 2013 06:17 AM

6 That gal in fishnets, fingerless gloves, and large heels sitting in the flaking green painted stairwell had some nice Tits with outstanding large Polish Aureola's!

Posted by: obsidian at November 01, 2013 10:56 AM

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