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20 minutes ago, Xerus said:

Sorry, but clicking on the image you attached does nothing to help us.  You really need to put a solid large image in a 350x350 thumbnail into your post so we can attempt to help you.

 

20 minutes ago, Xerus said:

Sorry, but clicking on the image you attached does nothing to help us.  You really need to put a solid large image in a 350x350 thumbnail into your post so we can attempt to help you.

 

but on my browser,  if clicking once it shows it on its own and then clicking it again  expands it to a more viewable size, it even says enlarge image when hoovering over it.

Maybe it's not working on your end.

 

I put on a bigger image to better see her.

 

Thanks.

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Well that's better, so now... Where's this image from?  What vendor or manufacturer?  What year?  Any other data to go by?

If you only give us an image, then you only rely on someone's visual recognition and memory if they know her.  If you give us more data, other people can try to participate to help you.

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Thanks for the input,  never realized this much went into finding the name.  
Also thanks for the google images search  never heard of it.

 

Yes by the title of the photo it says types of poses, so there's the assumption of "demostrating", whether she is a model or not  she has charm in doing those poses.

 

Thanks.

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1 hour ago, nim said:

Thanks for the input,  never realized this much went into finding the name.  
Also thanks for the google images search  never heard of it.

 

Yes by the title of the photo it says types of poses, so there's the assumption of "demostrating", whether she is a model or not  she has charm in doing those poses.

 

Thanks.

That's the tip of the iceberg.

If you're lucky, google image searcher can not only find the image, but somewhere in the stack of what it returns, you will find the reference to a name.  Then you hit the target bulls-eye and are pretty lucky you don't have to dig much more.

Other times, you can spend HOURS following leads on this type of thing, until your eyes get bleary from reviewing models at known agencies, look for a match.

Yes, it's really difficult detective work sometimes.

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