Jan 7, 2011

Photo Friday ~ Holey Jeans

13 comments:

Myrtle said...

A glimpse of right knee :)

Ruth said...

Dang that's gorgeous.

Violet8886 said...

He is so gorgeous when he is dressed casual. I like his necklace too. I think he has worn something like that before. I just want to sit next to him and give him a hug

sunflowersue said...

"I'm sitting here waiting on you. Hurry. I'm lonely. And bring you needle and thread. My jeans need patching." (channeling hubs on the patching. He's romantic but only to a point. When jeans need patched, they need patched NOW!)

Lovely pic, Nat!

katiej102 said...

This reminds me of when he took his cravat off in North and South, first I thought 'wow.' And then I thought 'He has a really nice throat.' Now I'm thinking 'He has a really nice knee.' :)

Ann Marie said...

I laughed thinking one of the fans got to him and hence his ripped jeans...cracked myself up.

twinkling moon said...

you know what? I didn't even catch the hole, even after reading the title of the post! How slow am I? I kept staring at his face, LOL!

flandersdreamer said...

Hey, where's that pic from? Never seen it before!

Violet8886 said...

I think the pic is a promotional photo or publicity photo. I don't think it's from any tv show or film. Adorable and sexy anyway.

pi said...

Bwah! You commenters are hilarious!

He's a cutey. That's all I can say. Now I know I'm old. (Mind you his older self now is a different proposition! Not a cutey. Something else all together. I love grown men who look it. )

I wonder what he thinks about when he looks into the camera's eye. His gaze is never really vacant.

Oops. Missed the tear!

Teuchter said...

@pi *Laughing hysterically* For just a second I thought you meant the thing that runs down your cheek and said, Goodness!! I missed that too!! LOL

Anonymous said...

The pic is from 2005, for an article in The Times, so he wasn't that young!

Sue said...

Oh dear! I must admit I don't like men who deliberately rip holes in their jeans. A very neat rectangle though, but why couldn't he have made a hole over his peaches instead? Now that would be very lovely indeed!(A bit drafty though, but nice!)