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Friday, June 19, 2020


Don Whitman of Western Photography guild was well known for his photos using 
the rocks of the Rocky Mountains for backdrops.  Glen Hudson appears here in 
one of a relative few in which the model is actually leaning against them.

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  1. Voilà une chose à laquelle tu ne nous as pas habitué , Jerry! Un homme avec un pubis faiblement poilu...
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    Here's something you haven't gotten used to, Jerry! A man with a weakly hairy pubis ...

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    1. I know. They can't all be perfect in that regard.

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  2. His trunks or jockstrap seem to have been quite brief from those tan lines.

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    1. Right. I didn't really notice and could have used it on one of my tan line series.

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  3. Albert -- the pubis is nice and he has one that on e need not get a glass out to see.

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  4. I like the hairdo. It reminds me of the full head of hair my favorite football player, Terry Bradshaw, sported... when he was in college.

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  5. Photographed in what Don Whitman called Hidden Valley, now a state park south of Denver. It was a narrow canyon with Cherry Creek running through it. What a lot these rocks have seen if only they could tell the stories.

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    1. I've heard that location mentioned before, but my knowledge of Denver is minimal. Thanks for an interesting detail.

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