We are in Day Four of the FanstRAvaganza 3 in THE FREEFORM tagteam chain! If you missed Day Three, please check out the posts at A is for Armitage (http://aisforarmitage.com/ ), Funky Blue Dandelion (http://funkybluedandelion.blogspot.com/ ), and I want to be a Pin-Up (http://iwanttobeapinup.wordpress.com/ ).
For those of you who have visited my blog “Something About Love (A)” (www.gratianads90.wordpress.com ) before, you know that in addition to my storytelling, essays, and poems, I enjoy a bit of frivolity and fun now and again–on what I have dubbed “Fun Day Sunday”–with some interactive posts involving RA related games, trivia contests, Mad Libs, and CRAzy Captioning, etc. So, my first two posts for F3 this week are CRAzy Captioning posts.
For the uninitiated, CRAzy Captioning involves me selecting pictures of the exquisitely talented British Actor Richard Armitage in his roles, photo shoots, or interviews and then providing an alternative context humorous caption for them. I also invite you to suggest captions as well. This is all in good fun and with the utmost respect for Mr. Armitage as an artist and person–because he is also a very nice fellow and a gentleman.
So today I will provide you with two collages of pictures of Richard Armitage related to the theme “Whimsical Moments in RA Characters”–parts 1 and 2. I will suggest some captions. And then I invite you to suggest captions as well.
All images in the two collages below are courtesy of RANet (www.RichardArmitageNet.com).
Note: If you click on the collage image, it will open a new window so that you may save it to your computer to view it larger. Should you wish to share this post with others, please provide them with the URL to this page so that they also have the image credits and my caption suggestions. Thanks!
I hope that you found my suggested captions amusing. So now it is your turn to suggest captions for one or more of the Richard Armitage pictures above. Be sure to indicate which character and pose that you’re referring to. Thanks for playing!
Cheers! Grati ;-> (Gratiana Lovelace)
P.S. And as I have said before, Richard Armitage is male beauty personified–both inside and out. Mr. Armitage is unfailingly polite and gentlemanly, a consummate professional as an artist and filmmaker, and he compassionately supports charitable causes. Please see the Just Giving Link here (http://www.justgiving.com/Richard-Armitage ) or in the sidebar at right under “Actor/Richard Armitage: Official/Semi Official Sites” should you feel moved to make a donation to one of Mr. Armitage’s chosen charities. And as to Mr. Armitage’s handsomeness? Sighhhh! Well, Michaelangelo’s David sculpture has nothing on Mr. Armitage. Ha! Richard Armitage is a nice guy. And much to his disavowal, he does have a “nice guy face”–especially when he smiles.
However, it is Richard Armitage’s exquisitely talented storytelling and filmmaking that I most admire. Seeing the juxtaposition of Richard Armitage in real life compared to his many and varied dramatic character portrayals in his reel life, just makes his storytelling artistry that much more brilliant. Mr. Armitage is a gifted chameleon of an actor who authentically portrays his characters with such depth and attention to multi-faceted nuances that we, his audience, become immersed in his story telling.
Tomorrow March 16th, THE FREEFORM tagteam continues at The Armitage Effect (http://thearmitageeffect.wordpress.com/ ), Mr. John Thornton (http://mrjthornton.blogspot.com/ ), and I want to be a Pin-Up (http://iwanttobeapinup.wordpress.com/ )
All F3 links can be found at http://fanstravaganza.rgcwp.com/fanstravaganza/fanstravaganza-2012/