Maria DeVille is standing in front of a print of Picasso's "Guernica" (trust me, I find a way to tie this in later :-) and a statue of the Egyptian god Bastet. She is bra-less in a filmy patterned minidress that is conveniently hiked up enough to show her matching lacy panties (and it is back-less, so you can see the twining flamingo tattoos on her back, with silver high heels. Maria bends over and teases us by spreading her cheeks and fondling herself through her panties.
But at PJGirls, teases don't go on forever, and soon the panties drop to the floor, and the rear cheek-spreads are showing off Maria's lovely long labial lips. In fact, her lips are as long and large as Bastet's ears (hah, made you look!) as they dangle and wave, before Maria finally pulls them open for us (and the cat-god shows us why the ancient Egyptians worshipped pussy). Maria's vagina opens up into a comfortable pink gape, and we see her slowly relax and spread with a look of "come, fuck me!" on her face.
Maria is very good at relaxing while she spreads her ass cheeks, so it is almost as if you can see her cunt breathing as she stretches and pulls, and our photographer gets a nice mix of full-body and extreme closeup shots of that beautiful pink wetness. Then she rolls to her side, takes off her shoes (and there are some nice foot shots for you fans of feet), and gives us some side spreads.
Then Maria gives us another angle and lies on her back, plants her feet and raises her hips (so she's in an "in your face" squat), does a reach-around and gapes herself wide open. She also loosens her top to expose her full breasts, with their perky nipples, for us (and we get a lot of those front-view yawning gapes).
So how do I tie Picasso in to this pink display? Well, Picasso was an early Cubist, and if you look at Cubist art, it tries to show a subject from all angles at once. We got Maria's display serially, from one angle at a time. Wouldn't it be cool if we could see her from all angles at the same time? But since that's not possible (and Cubist art is not as pretty as the real thing), I'll settle for those long, detailed intimate single viewpoint shots of Maria's spread-wide body. Oscar Wilde said "Life imitates art". In this case, I think life is art (because we stare at it with enjoyment for so long), drinking it all in.
The corresponding photo gallery can be found here: MARIA DEVILLE - August 25, 2016.