When we first came here We were cold and we were clear With no colors on our skin We were light and paper-thin And when we first came here We were cold and we were clear With no colors on our skin Til you let the spectrum in
Say my name, And every color illuminates, We are shining, And we’ll never be afraid again.
I neither wanted to be rude (sorry) nor wanted to say she's too thin or something. Should have said "look" instead of "are". As I have seen other pictures of her I can tell it's just something really strange about the light/pose. (I guess the ancle-thing might be right..) Maybe I'm very sensible when it comes to very thin looking people, as I have been working as a nurse with people who where very skinny after long illnes like cancer ect. And whatever you say you can't tell me she's not looking very thin in this pic. (And I bet there are thousands of women that whoul'd kill for a bodyfigure like that!)
Her legs are very nice, her structure is strong and nothing about them looks frightening. The lighting on her right ankle makes it look very thin, but if you've seen other images of her or look really closely at the lighting on the back of her ankle and then at the top - you can see it's nice and full.
I don't understand how this is frightening? She is not a skeleton - she has skin, she has muscle - she is also tall. I myself am very thin - I eat, I am quite positive she eats, but everyone is built differently, everyone has different strengths of metabolism (some fast some slow) and there is absolutely nothing wrong with her legs.
I find it a bit frightening that you think that is frightening. What about the people who have no food to eat and are literally just skin and bone? If normal is frightening enough then I don't know.... she looks completely normal to me.