Thursday, December 30, 2010


I can't begin to say how fun this photo is! What do you see here? What is his purpose? Is it just a big tease, or is he really going to photograph his junk? And who are the photos for? Him? Someone else? I love it!! Sorry, but I can't credit the photographer because I haven't a clue who it is.

January 9, 2011 - I found out while cruising some photo blogs on tumblr that this photo is from a collection work by Kristiina Wilson called Photobooth on East 14th Street. The model is Parker Hurley. It appeared in London's Carbon Copy Magazine II

Monday, December 27, 2010

BRENTON PARRY/ photographer

The Photographer is Brenton Parry from Australia and the model is Patrick.

Friday, December 24, 2010

HERBERT LIST/ Photographer


Here's couple for you wrestling fans or spandex junkies, whichever!


Well, I certainly am a bit behind the times. (like duh!) Who knew that a term had been coined for lifting images off other blogs and reposting them. I really need to pay more attention to these things. But apparently there is. So here's a bit of re-blogging. There were no credits to the photographers, just, in many cases, a very long list of previous blogs to which they had been posted. I suppose that could be helpful if one were to go furthest back to see if a source was listed. But in the couple of times I tried that, none were. Here goes.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Monday, December 13, 2010

BOGDAN STANGA/ photographer

Here is my favorite image from photographer Bogdan Stanga. I especially like the wrinkles and the indications of wear and tear. Just fun and very hot.

Monday, December 6, 2010

DIMITRIS YEROS/ photographer

Thought it might be time to post some more work by the fabulous Dimitris Yeros.

Thursday, December 2, 2010


Yesterday was World AIDS Day. I could not bring myself to post then, but here is an incredibly moving WAD video by a gentleman named Mark King. He also has a blog called My Fabulous Disease. In the video, he talks about the fact that so many who lived through those times have now moved on. Many do not wish to be reminded of those devastating days and the experiences that we endured that called upon us to be much more than we thought we could ever be. I had a partner die fifteen years ago, and to this day I know that taking care of him and standing witness to his incredible journey was by far the cleanest thing I have ever done.