Richard Armitage, luminous

The political news has left me feeling like I’ve been swimming in a sewer for the last week or so. Yesterday and today were particularly bad.

I just need some light. Some Richard Armitage, suffused with light.

Richard Armitage, photographed spring 2013 in Sydney by Tracey Nearmy.

Or some nape curls.

Richard Armitage, World’s End premiere, summer 2013.

Or at a rugby match. This is an all time favorite picture for me.

Richard Armitage with Vicki Treadell (British High Commissioner in NZ), at an earthquake relief event, March 2011.

I just need pictures that leave me feeling clean again.

~ by Servetus on June 10, 2017.

9 Responses to “Richard Armitage, luminous”

  1. Amen sister! Love those pictures!


  2. I’m feeling like most of the people in my government would like nothing better than to hurt me in any way they can.

    Thanks for the Richard cheer.


    • That’s how I feel, too. Like suddenly the political sphere has decided the US needs to destroy the world and eradicate everyone who’s not a straight white man.

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  3. I’m with you on that third photo — it is sublime.


    • it also came back in the days when we didn’t see many photos like this so I suppose it made a greater impression.


  4. Yes! great pictures and indeed need something to wash away the “dirt” out there! I needed to smile. Those pictures did it. Something small yet powerful.


  5. thank you Servetus for these photos of Mr. Richard Armitage. It made my day a little bit better.


  6. I was really grateful for the weekend break, at least from a lot of US news.


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