Although I grew a bit tired of Star Trek over the years, your various cosplay forays have re-ignited my interest a bit. (So have some of the CGI artists who make some very interesting starship imagery, but that's a different tale...) Your attention to detail & the fun you appear to have really make these exciting to view. (Sure, it helps that you're all very attractive, too, just like most of the women on the original series, but I'm talking more about the time and care you devote to setting everything up and getting into character.) The makeup & costume are perfect; your Andorian looks even better than those in the actual series!
Given that these are stock photos, I'm impressed that they still seem to tell a story or two (or three!). In this particular one, I love the emotion that seems to play across her face... I almost get a sense that she's lost contact with her orbiting starship, and senses that she's been left behind (which continues to picture 2-13, highlighting her solitude). Maybe the reality was more mundane than that; perhaps Ona/Nasrin was just squinting due to the combination of sunlight and wind! But acting or reacting, it made for a great photo.
Ordered a print of this one, and am eager for the next week or two to pass so that I can see it!
Oh, thanks back to you for taking time to respond; I know you both don't always have time to respond to every comment (and you do get so many of them).
It looks so natural; I'm impressed!
Of course, I always was a fan of the Andorians. Where'd you get the antenna?