It’s nothing too dramatic — a nice set of stretched lobes — but I just liked this photo of Josh so I wanted to post it…


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26 thoughts on ““Light”

  1. I very much like the tranquility this photo; an elegant young man sitting peacefully in a carefully furnished room. Do I detect an echo of his stretched lobe in the design of the lamp base? There is a harmony to this picture that makes me want to return to it again and again.

  2. I also love the way the colours are very neutral, and that the blue shoes pop. His lobes look quite lovely.

  3. If only IKEA were a bit more open-minded…

    There’s such a contrast in content here. I really like it, it makes for an interesting photo. His ears are awesome!

  4. Julia – I was at IKEA a couple of days ago and the person working at the food counter had stretched lobes and visible tattoos.

  5. Looks classy and neat and im loving how the only true color are the blue shoes.

  6. this is nice….excellent “hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm what should i do today” look

  7. It’s such a simple picture, but so incredibly striking. He looks so peaceful, and like he has no where to go and nothing to do. Reminds me of a lazy day.

  8. Wow, I love the simplicity. It looks so clean and fresh. A good spring picture, I think.

  9. “and yeah he’s HUGE” HA! That’s what she said! Haha, couldn’t resist.

    That boy is GORGEOUS. I really enjoy how simple this photo is.

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