“Many years ago Gauguin showed to europeans the beauty of tahitian women,” says painter Leo Carnegi — his photo will appear in the bottom of the screen in some seconds. He continues: “And I want to show to the world the beauty of european women. I think they have beautiful bodies and they are very intelligent. They work and they have clever children. Their eyes are bright and serene, but — if I can say it this way — dry. Yes, you don’t see the ocean in their eyes. There are no waves in their gaze. It is not their fault! They do a lot to look good: maskara, eye shadows, glasses! But this can’t substitute the ocean.
With help of Anfy’s lake applet I brought water closer to european women. At least to five of them.”