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Pioneers Hardcover – October 1, 2010
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There is something about young, almost perfect, beautiful men and that is they tend to look alike except for the fine details such as color of hair or the swirl of their navel. The differences in many of the men boil down to where they place their tattoos. The poses are sometimes athletic but more often they are erotic, enticing poses, similar to those seen in homoerotic nude men magazines. Overall the product is flawless, perfect photography of perfect men.
Open this book PIONEERS and there are spectacular scenes of riding and fishing in the High Sierras. As the viewer progresses through this color-saturated collection of images there are men in the desert, the ocean, and even inside rooms, simply celebrating themselves. The models are all viscerally virile, well posed in sensitively lighted places, and put at such ease that both clothed and completely nude they embody the every essence of masculinity. The pleasures of the book are many, not the least of which is an appreciation of the wilds of nature Rick Day (and friends!) explores. This is a very large volume, well designed and on the finest paper. Another fine addition to the library celebrating the male from the very intuitive publishers at Bruno Gmünder Verlag. Grady Harp, October 10
Thanks Rick, and PLEASE keep them coming!
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Incredible combination of men and scenery! A purely masculine blend of beauty and sexuality. A must have for your coffee table.Published on January 2, 2014 by Don Irwin