ὅ παῖς καλός: An Ambrosial Array of Armitage

For those of you who’ve only recently joined the party here, the καλός post – origins explained here – is generally a celebration of the καλός that is Richard Armitage.  I was thinking about posting something else entirely today, but it is now 9:54PM…I’m still in my office…my office is 50 minutes from my bed…my morning alarm goes off at 6:30AM.  Kαλός it is!

I have got to hand it to my good pal Guylty…once again, she has delivered the goods.  I can’t pick just one.  (Guylty is incredibly generous with the fruits of her photographic labors, so please remember to credit her if you use them.)

I love, Love, LOVE the use of black and white, which takes out all of the background distraction for me and allows me to focus on the detail.  Good to see the return of the shortish hair/stubble look. (Although, as much as I intially was in the sans-a-beard camp, I have to admit, it’s beginning to grow on me).  

I also love that Guylty has caught some not so common expressions flitting across the καλός visage.

Listening…leaning…crinkling.  Not quite candid, but not really posed either.

All in all appealing.  Ambrosia for the eyes.

It’s official (again).

ὅ παῖς καλός!