Extreme Jungle Trouble
I present TribalWild . . . the untamed Dorka Banki series. Wild driven.
(All Images Copyright © Glen Allison – Click Photos for Fine Art Prints)
I had asked Dorka to be the tough-girl, a scary tribal bitch . . . she obligded.
But that was just her act. Watch this video featuring Dorka having extreme fun during prep.
There were times I asked her to be shy . . . or to give me deep eyes to possess my soul.
Red hot chilli peppers magnified the spice of her innocence.
Truly, Dorka Banki can fly.
She can be tribal curious or a tribal goddess.
Often she seamlessly blends into the woodwork.
But please do not touch her body.
Then I asked Dorka to go tribal sexy . . . and over the edge.
Black. Metallic. Extreme fever.
Sexy, untouchable yet elegant.
A lioness in heat devouring her prey.
A wild tribal night.
Yet, after erotisim there lies a peaceful moment . . . beauty.
Dorka becomes a revered statue . . . so easy for her to transcend.
The expressive moods in these photographs typify Dorka Banki as I know her.
Intense . . . Serene.
(Styling and body painting by the radically talented, Hilde Marie Johansen.)
Watch this “Tribal Wild Steampunk Train” YouTube video of my PCEC presentation in Thailand. It depicts a visionary adventure of personal growth launched from the pit of misfortune and bankruptcy that propelled me along a self-awakened path forward. It’s a light-hearted story of struggle, missteps, reinvention, perseverance, and resilience—a trajectory rekindling impossible dreams almost buried by lessons needing to be learned. The slideshow is jam-packed with dazzling photos and concludes with an uplifting message.
Read the “Pattaya Mail” press article about this PCEC slide presentation,“Reinventing Yourself.”
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