The model is truly lovely and this is very well done. I love the way she is covered...just enough...to deny the viewer a full frontal view of her ample assets. She has a lovely figure and her auburn hair is beautiful. She looks so delicious in this beautiful nature setting and I love her "What are you looking at?" facial expression....as if she doesn't know..haha! Great job!
One word needed to describe this photo: soft. The model here is too easy to compliment. It's more difficult to see and appreciate the photographer's work of setting this depth-of-field, suggesting a pose for the model, even composing the photo as a whole.
I, by no means, meant to lessen the beauty of the model. I'm such a sucker for faces, and her cheekbones with your editing does wonders.
Just ask yourself: "Why do people have the mature content filter turned on, and would they appreciate seeing this, or am I being an inconsiderate jerk?" There's nothing to lose by putting a mature content filter on and admitting it's mature.
While I do agree with your statement, this young woman isn't doing anything inappropriate. Though, I don't know if its insensitive, because I for one believe Women and Men can be `casual equals as in this image.
I have to side with TheLiltingFrog here. Nipples are not the magic barrier that crosses the line and turns something into mature content. It becomes mature content long before then. For example: Now, I could be way off, but I was under the impression that Maxim magazine does not show any nudity of any kind, yet it is obviously entirely mature content. It is not a magazine you give to a child, and it sometimes has a cover shield on the newsstand.
Now I'm not saying this image isn't well done and even artsy. I'm just saying this should be under mature content, to help out those that have the hide mature content option checked. And I'm not sure why people are so defensive about labeling it mature, as if that's a bad thing.