This is supposed to be a fun exercise in how different people see different men as Manly. Your “Manly Man” can be anybody. You could even insert a little humor in your choices, if you like. The idea is to have a good time, both in seeing what others post and in your own exploration into who you want to post. Join me every Monday and we will all learn what a Manly man is ... or isn't.Add the logo with your post.Then leave a comment and a link to your blog with my post. It would be nice if you could spread the word to some of your followers as well. If enough people show an interest, I will add a linky. Hope you will join in. Thanks ...
This is my manly man for this week. Do I know who he is? No, but I saw him while I was visiting ACES (Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, Aspen, Colorado) and who could pass him up. And I might add that he was quite a gentleman.
A little history behind this Manly Monday project. I am a people watcher and I love taking pictures of people who stand out in some way. Strangly most of my people pictures (besides children) are men. I have found that when I go to a different part of the country, it is the men who dress in a way that depicts their surroundings. The women, who I assume all read fashion magazines, seem to
dress in a similar way no matter where you are.