Bowsprite’s Tugkiss post recalled one I did some months back on full frontal … here. This recollection made me return to archives for other imagined kisses, like the one below of Davis Sea and Janice Ann at the Tug Race 2007, a likely pair, whose kiss entertains humans on the pier as well as a single commercial gecko on the billboard beyond Davis.
And then unlikely pairs happen, like Cornell‘s hoary rostrum giving the tiny BTU moments of anticipation, amusing a similarly lopsided set of observers..
Even official vessels can lose all self-consciousness during moments of abandon.
At Tug Race 2008 when Teri Lou looks for some stress-relieving kissing, you might imagine she’d find the likes of
Ron D. Garner, right? But
But no . . . objects of our attractions might be quite unexpected. Who would have thought she’d be drawn to . . . W. O.?
Bowsprite . . . you might –like a photographer at a Valentine’s Day ball– brush all day creating aquarelles of the stuff that keeps philematologists busy. Isobel Gloag created one of my favorite painted kisses here, top left.
This just in: Henry’s sent his latest update from Amsterdam. Check it here.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp; Ron D. Garner was foto’d eastbound on KVK this week.