I see this as of Roman deity, a statue on a pedestal for a profound representation of the modern age. The ink on your arm is just as driving for that force, deity of the arts. The parting of the hair, the leg warmers, position of the physique, and the eyes are like marble, wonderfully perfect. That if I could only imagine the society of today, with the same upmost worship of Roman B.C., this could definitely be the center piece of a shrine for anyone who feels they are blessed with the arts, this is where people would go to pray. I think the title I would find suitable would be "Swan Goddess" Maybe not that sexy, but it works.
For me its the details that make an image like this. In this particular case the creasing and folding around the belly button and upper side as it bends and twists. It gives depth and texture and adds a reality to the image and the human body. Couple that with good lighting to bring this depth out further and enhance the natural muscular shapes. Its the antithesis of the typical 'airbrushed' model shots made popular by the likes of Playboy and FHM/Maxim, where they annoyingly remove most of the things that make an image erotic. Your water based shots also bring out these details and textures and i could have said the same thing about many of them. Its similar to how bondage leaves marks on the skin that also serve to give depth and texture to the body and give an image its power. I love these kinds of details and lament that we don't see nearly enough of them in photography. Or maybe its just my own fetish but i think it would be many peoples favourite part of a photo like this and id love to see more and more focus on that. I think it would work even better wearing low trousers to add even more details by letting the waist react off of them. I think its best not to see everything. Continue being magnificent!
What draws my eye is the way the fall of your hair over your left shoulder provides a counterpoint to the right leg. This provides for a trapezoidal X composition, your face down to your left foot being the other element, but those elements are more "static" while the hair and right leg are more "dynamic". Since the pose is evocative of a dancer doing her stretches I suggest the title "Counterpointe".