Foolish Friday: Profiling

It’s the end of the work week so it must be Foolish Friday again.  Time for more Richard Armitage studies.  We’ve already studied his callipygia, eyes and shoulders.  Let’s take a look at a less frequently discussed asset: his profile.

Here is a screen cap of John Thornton in North & South.  Notice the patrician profile, slightly aquiline but not quite Romanesque.

John Thornton considers the comfort of a newfangled invention - underwear. Courtesy


Here is another more dramatic shot of the profile.  Notice how the high collar, cravat and backlighting accentuate the angles of the face.

Thornton realizes insurance premiums will skyrocket following a study showing cotton mill workers will more likely die from bad cafeteria food than accidents. Courtesy


Here is a rarely seen clip from Cleopatra.  That’s RA as a guard on the far right.

RA hopes he won't drop his popcorn again and miss his bit. Courtesy


But back to a more close-up study.  Here is Lucas showing us how impressive is done.

Lucas thinks he's won the profile contest hands down. Courtesy


This shot is almost turns into three-fourths instead of profile but I love the expression on his face.

Lucas learns his American lover's death being a dream was just a joke after all. Courtesy


Of course I can’t leave this study with out beholding Mr. Patrician himself, Sir Guy of Gisborne.  With the hair, guyliner and stubble, what more could a profile need?

Guy hears Marion threw her chastity belt key down a privy. Courtesy of


This is not a great shot of the profile, but you have to admit it’s a great pose.

Guy casually holds up a wall as Marion just happens around a corner. Courtesy


This shot has nothing to do with profiles but c’mon, Glamour Guy’s on a horse.

Guy fumes that Tree Boy and his hag is ruining his shot. Courtesy

Class is dismissed.  Have a good weekend.


14 thoughts on “Foolish Friday: Profiling

  1. I read the title of the post and thought “Oh, Judi’s going to take on the police psychologists and their practice of profiling criminals!”

    Gotta admit, this version is more pleasing to the eyes. 🙂

  2. I love those profiles and Guy on horse of course and your added wickedly crafty subtitles. LOL. There is plenty of food for fantasies and a Foolish Friday sensual enjoyment 🙂 It´s definitely pleasing to the eyes.

  3. The profile stands alone in the history of profiles – shoulders above all other profiles!
    (Putting this post on my hard drive)

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