My macrophotography. Lots of bugs -- flowers, water and other things if I can't find fauna. (Click on a photo to enlarge, click again for an even greater enlargement.)
Nice and masculine, but too red.
That's what I thought. Maybe more Cosmopolitan than Testosterone.
Of course, but I enjoyed calling it masculine.It's possible that an enlarged prostate is pink, and that's undeniably non-feminine.
Okay, I am offically going to gripe now. I actually brought up the idea of photographing an enlarged prostate and I didn't even get a groan!What does a guy have to do?!?
*laughs* Ah, well you are talking to a Drummond girl. Growing up, Jen and I spent most supper times trying to gross each other out. When that didn't work, we turned on our stepmother and she still thinks we're far too gross (amazingly she loves us anyway). Actually that kinda describes how my husband feels about me too. You'd have to ask Josh if Jen has changed. ;)I do think it was a nice observation, pink can be very masculine. You could emphasize that by starting out with a standard snap of some beefcake photo and start moving closer and closer and more than intimately ... then for the prostate.Somehow pink and gross reminded me of the tooth-socket pictures I've taken when my boys have knocked out and/or lost teeth. Those are very pink too.
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