Thursday, February 2, 2017

The Myette Family

Like Father, Like Son
Playgirl Magazine
Rob and Scott Myette
March, 1983

'Dad and I are a lot alike, but we do have differences....'
Scott Myette

Family Ties
Playgirl Magazine
Rob, Scott and Stan Myette
May 1984
Photographed by Jacky Winter

'When Dottie Myette Kwiat beheld the spread we did in March 1983 of her son and grandson, she was pleased, very pleased.  The family lines were displayed to perfection, and she was justifiably proud.  Then we found out Dottie had yet another man in her life, her husband Stan.'

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Rolling Out The Red Carpet

Image by MStyles
Blondes are noticed, but Redheads are never forgotten!
Seeing Red and Tim
I have written in dozens of posts over the last 10 years about my love of gingers. I wrote about the red haired models I love, the red haired actors and singers. I wrote about my childhood ginger crush and how beautifully gingers photograph. The visual contrast between hair and skin, especially with great lighting, can create unique and dynamic imagery. The images, models and artists shown here are just a small sampling of the models and photographers and the many shades of red, orange, russet and auburn haired models they have captured.

Red Hot
Aaron Lee Smith
Brandon by Peter Rowen
Exhibiting Bad Behaviour
Kennedy by Ryan Scott
Big Top by Dusti Cunningham
Sean by Marlen Boro
Russet by Tom Silk
Ricky Schroeder
Red by T W D Photos
Jon by YogaBear Studios

Friday, December 30, 2016

A New Year

I think the key word in the phrase 'Happy New Year', isn't happy, but new. From what I have seen, most agree 2016 was a difficult year. It seems almost superficial to say the year was hard due to politics or celebrity deaths, although Debbie Reynolds dying a day after her daughter was beautifully gut wrenching. People have experienced real loss and real tragedy. Trump monopolized the news, but not because of any importance, but because of ratings and money driven networks. There are real news stories of unthinkable tragedies experienced by humans in all corners of the globe.

Trump has proven one thing, at least to me. Most people in North America struggle to think systemically. To care about problems outside of what directly impacts them. My hope for 2017 is that T, and the hate and selfishness that, although he did not invent, he cultivated and normalized, quickly becomes old, becomes tired and most of all, becomes unacceptable. I don't think I have watched more than 5 minutes of CNN since the election. When it seemed impossible to believe the unbelievable, CNN and T were mildly entertaining. Now that it is a reality, it is more than unthinkable, it is un-explainable. Pundits are trying, but they have no clue.

But, new year means new and I have hope that most will be so tired of the stain and heaviness T has brought over so many will be something many want to separate from. I hate talking or writing about T, but after the election it was sort of freeing to remove him from my TV, my internet browsing and from my thoughts. The lesson is that if you want to bring positive change into your life, you have to remove the negative, not matter how many others want to shove it down your throat. My removal of all things negative even meant throwing out my old DVD of Two Weeks Notice due to a certain cameo. Thinking beyond what is close, to what is far away and far more important has been a good thing. T, or any negative force,, has no power unless we let it in. In 2016, I let it in and am grateful as 2017 begins, I have exorcised it out