French tourist's appeal to find missing camera full of topless pics she lost in Isle of Skye service station
Lily took the snaps at beauty spots around the world to raise awareness of breast cancer.
A French tourist lost her camera full of topless pics
A FRENCH tourist has appealed to Brits to help her find her missing camera - full of topless pictures.
The blonde beauty begged for people to keep an eye out for her missing LUMIX GX80 in a service station near Sligachan on the Isle of Skye, Scotland.
She has appealed to the public for help
The freelance web editor had stopped in the lay-by on the A863 last Thursday, to admire the stunning landscape but forgot to take her camera with her when she left.
Lily has been putting together an art project to raise awareness of breast cancer by taking topless photos at renowned beauty spots around the world including Australia, Thailand and now Scotland.
She appealed: “I was so impressed with the kindness of Scottish people that I am sure that the people who found my camera are willing to give it back to its owner...but they have no way to find me.
“The pictures inside are very important for me. I am travelling the world full time since November 2017 and since then I work on a photo project called « Lily ».
"My goal is to publish a book with these pictures to empower women, encourage them to become more free and confident and to do what they want.
"I also want to raise awareness about breast cancer. My grand mother had to fight against it, which is the reason why I chose to do topless pictures.”
Lily accompanied her post with a snap of herself standing topless with her back to the camera.
Bryia Deelstra said: “With pictures like that...you’re probably not getting it back.”