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Comments

Keoni

These pics are average, at best. Your site is better than that.

Erik

The pics look fine to me...

Dieter (Canada)


....I agree with 'Keoni'...this is an average presentation......!!

Joshua

I don't understand the negative comments of some on the quality and style if these images. I for one think they are really powerful. I like the fact they were shot with flood lights. I like the background story. I admire the courage of the photographer to step out of his comfort zone. All together a good set

Joshua

I do not understand the comments on the quality of these images. I for one think they are powerful and show a lot of strength. I think the photographer shows courage to step outside his comfort zone. I very much like the darkness, the unusual angles and croppings. All together a good set

redbaron01

The macho model in these dimly lighted photos is very attractive in a quietly dangerous sort of way. As one who used to love to cruise the dark alleyways, docks, and park paths of the world--a pastime which I recommend to no one--I find "Gary" rather exciting. This extraordinary shoot brings back some (mostly) good memories.

Although this set of pics is very interesting to me personally, I have to observe that it is less than fully successful artistically.

For two reasons:

The wild tats tend to make "Gary" look like a lost Covent Garden Flower Child, or perhaps a handsome sacrificial victim in a South Sea Island ceremony.

And the lack of penis flashes or even bush flashes tends to reduce the testosterone effect of the whole photographic enterprise.

Even so, please give "Gary" the phone number of my little grass shack and tell him that he is always welcome.

Ian Horncastle

Handsome body art and looks.

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