I’m Told It’s Hot Out West. June 8, 2010Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature, Love and Death.
Tags: ice climbing, Mount Peak, naked, torpid temps in the Southwest, Victoria's Secret
As folks in the Southwest have noted the excessive heat out their way, I’m gonna post a couple of photos of cooler times, in hopes that it’ll provide some degree of vicarious relief.
Warning: these shots show some skin, though nothing which isn’t common to both sexes. So while I can’t imagine the level of prudishness which would deem these unacceptable for a general audience, I’m kinda noodling here while you decide whether or not you want to scroll down and see what the shiz is.
Both clairz and my long-time e-friend Paul have commented on the heat in their Southwestern abodes, and since I’m a firm believer in the power of vision and images, I thought I’d post a couple of pics from a few years ago, when I got high and got down and got cool.
Photos courtesy of the Pagan Sphinx, who found them in a box and had no further use for them. They weren’t particularly good then, and were just now re-photographed from the originals, so the quality isn’t there, but the spirit still is.
That’s enough dallying fore the feeble to have gone away, so here goes:
Me climbing the ice route, Victoria’s Secret on Mount Peak in Charlemont:
There are times, after all, when motion trumps a good pose.
So if you were hot before, I hope you’re a bit cooler now.