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Friday, September 25, 2020

19th Century Bearded Men, Part 1 - Photographic Studies with Drama


Both halves of today's double feature focus on bearded 19th C. men who show varying amounts of dramatic flair.  We start with the first of two posts I lifted from a great blog called myselfixion that you can see here: https://myselfixion.newtumbl.com/ 
Heaving at rock at some body, even a fake one, is pretty dramatic, eh?

 

5 comments:

  1. I've seen this model before on this blog. I love his compact, muscular physique and hair in all the right places. But I gotta say, while I find small penises sexy, this has got to be one of the smallest that I've ever seen on any blog.

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    1. Yes, he definitely would fit into one of my "small one" theme days!

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  2. Utterly stunning, handsome and enviously good physique and beard. Yes, very dramatic and clearly, by the way he is holding the "fake" rock, a professional life model. Giving quite a convincing sensation of great weight. I wonder what the rock was made of? I, of course now want a rock as part of my "kit". His small penis in that lovely full bush adds to the appeal.

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    1. I would only add that his musculature comes through the limited clarity of this photo beautifully, especially when we consider that the rock is fake and not causing him to strain.

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    2. It certainly does. Amazing legs..

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