Floored Friday!  “Richard Armitage:  Fresh Face for Love, Love, Love” Jane Hotel Broadway dot com photoshoot video, December 02, 2016  Gratiana Lovelace (Post #1009)

You know me, I generally don’t post on back to back days—my preferring to let a post have time to breathe.  And it gives me time to breathe also—as a lady who works fulltime at a very demanding university Staff position with long hours on various projects sometimes.

But then, this happens!  This being the Broadway.com video (below)  of their “Fresh Faces: Richard Armitage in Love, Love, Love” photoshoot and interview at NYC’s Jane Hotel.  Thanks to NoemiS and TeresaA for pointing me to that video!  And after much trial and error, I was able to wrangle the video url out of it. Ha!:

 

 

And here also is Noemi Standring’s  (Thanks!) lovely cap of Richard Armitage from that video:

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On my!  The exquisitely talented British actor Richard Armitage—also currently starring on tv in EPIX’ Berlin Station—is one handsome maturing man of 45 years.  His slightly longer hair entices—the hair being for his Love, Love, Love role of Kenneth that has him aging from 19 to 64.  His slightly lined—crinkles are what we RA Fans call them–but utterly handsome face makes one swoon, repeatedly.  Richard Armitage’s long neck is tantalizingly encased in a charcoal gray turtleneck sweater.  He cloaks his powerfully broad shoulders in a  suit jacket fitting him to perfection!  Bravo to the clothing stylist, by the way.   And finally, that characteristic sitting slouch of his—for the invariably too short chair that doesn’t fit his tall and lean 6 foot 3 inch height proportionately. And yet, Richard looks so confident and comfortable that he commands attention—no matter that he is slouching.

And somehow, the shaft of light running down his forehead and right eye to across his chest, then continuing downward is not distracting.  In fact, it seems to be breaking the image into 1/3rds and 2/3rds horizontally (left to right)—with a pleasing and seeming adherence to the rule of thirds composition rule. Vertically in the image, that is the case as well–as Richard Armitage’s chin’s bottom edge serves as the boundary for the images top 1/3rd with 2/3rds below.  And Richard Armitage and is body are in focus, whereas the background is in hazy darkness—lending it and him a mysterious air.

Now mind you, I am a woman of a certain age.  And though barring a miracle, I am not likely to become pregnant—no matter how much my hubby and I might wish it.   *wink*

Yet after seeing this photoshoot video and the portrait tablueax of Richard Armitage (above) in this Broadway.com photoshoot and interview, the first notion that popped into my head was that my ovaries are rejuvenating. 

Actually, I didn’t think that phrase quite so sedately. It was more like MY OVARIES ARE REJUVENATING!!!  Oh, TTTHHHUUUUUUUUDDD!!!

Sighhhh!  Sorry, but I just had to get that off my chest—or my nether regions.  Cheers!  Grati  ;)

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About Gratiana Lovelace

Gratiana Lovelace is my nom de plume for my creative writing and blogging. I write romantic stories in different sub genres. The stories just tumble out of me. My resurgence in creative writing occurred when I viewed the BBC miniseries of Elizabeth Gaskell's novel North & South in February 2010. The exquisitely talented British actor portraying the male lead John Thornton in North & South--Richard Crispin Armitage--became my unofficial muse. I have written over 50 script stories about love--some are fan fiction, but most are original stories--that I am just beginning to share with others on private writer sites, and here on my blog. And as you know, my blog here is also relatively new--since August 2011. But, I'm having fun and I hope you enjoy reading my blog essays and my stories. Cheers! Grati ;-> upd 12/18/11
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6 Responses to Floored Friday!  “Richard Armitage:  Fresh Face for Love, Love, Love” Jane Hotel Broadway dot com photoshoot video, December 02, 2016  Gratiana Lovelace (Post #1009)

  1. December 02, 2016–Thanks for liking this post! I’m glad that you enjoyed it! Cheers! Grati ;->

    discovermarche & april 73

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  2. December 03, 2016–And for a Sexy SatuRdAy, we can seque very nicely with this additional Jane Hotel in NYC portrait of Richard Armitage! Purrrrrrrrrfection! Sighhh! *THUD*

    Thanks to RABulgaria for this high resolution image and for FernandaM for sharing it! Cheers! Grati ;->

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    • P.S. And what I particularly like about these portraits is that he stays in the same charcoal grey suit and turtleneck, but the photographer catches different “shades” of his personality with the different Jane Hotel locations and Richard’s poses.

      And my goodess, isn’t a completely covered Richard Armtiage–especially that long neck of his–Sexier than ever? Sighhh!

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  3. December 02, 2016–Love, Love, Love, this Richard Armitage quote wallpaper that GladyR shared and inspired by the Jane Hotel photoshoot!

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  4. December 03, 2016–I had to share this great Richard Armitage at the Jane Hotel photoshoot triptych that Cyn made, enjoy!:

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  5. Pingback: Richard Armitage THUD Thursday–Holidays Style!, December 08, 2016  Gratiana Lovelace (Post #1012) | Something About Love (A)

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