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Ah,the total package...good contrast between light body and dark background, and a bit of a twist in that he's knee-deep in the creek. By the way, thIs posting is not showing your explanations, Jerry. This is the only pic that comes up no matter which one I click on.
I may have fixed that. Try again and please read the note I posted. Sorry about that.
I can see all the pictures in this series but none of Jerry's captions / explanations are showing. Mind you, I'm not sure that this photo needs any explanation. If a picture says a thousand words ... What a physique. Definitely a keeper.Peter
That's because I didn't write any. I was supposed to put a separate note in the sequence inviting viewers to write the captions, but it didn't post. Probably my fault. Sorry!
Que será, seráWhatever will be, will be
No matter which posting I click on, the first pic is the one that comes up - ??
This is an issue with the Google Blogger platform that has happened before. The only fix is for me to go back and repost the entire series, and I don't have time today. Things should go back to normal (whatever that is) tomorrow. Sorry. This was a failed experiment.
Well, nothing ventured, nothing gained as my grandma used to say - we dont say it often enough that we all appreciate the time, energy and thought that goes into this wonderful site - thank you thank you thank you!!!
You're welcome, and thanks for understanding.
Oh, superb. I'm thinking from the mismatch in development, this guy got those arms and shoulders from work. Amazing, great for anatomy study.
I thought so, too.
“I spent hours in the gym, and all you can say is ‘OK’.” Offering as a caption. He is superb, however.
LOL, he does look like he put in some work.
If this helps, I'm fairly certain this is from Hoffman of Edinburgh.
Thanks, James! I have very little of Hoffman's work and have been looking for more.
Yes, Tim Bonnar by Hoffman of Edinburgh.
Thanks for the model's name.