Tag Archives: Brett Lloyd



When the head is the lid
And the voice is the key
The heart is the twist
That unveils the need

The ribs are the chest
And lungs can be love
That unlock what is best
From within the soul


Pictures by Brett Lloyd

Gloom and Dawn


Shredding hearts in most thin threads
Balls of yarn, walls of care
Moving ceilings here and there

Solace in losing, a desperate patch
Matching emotions one cannot have

These broken feelings underneath and above
Secluded keenness: a fruitless grove
The time is now, the dusk of love



Till the day
Is ending
And the birds
Are silent
And the insects
Are courting

By the shores
Heavy stones
Are falling

Out and Within

Things I found out while I was in the Amazon:

1. I am most definitely and quite thouroughly a city person.

2. Resting and doing nothing is a crucial part of any of my vacations.

3. Eating very unusual food because it had been recommended isn’t the wisest thing to do.

4. Being kind, polite and nice to be around always pays back.

Time off is always time gained;

the L word





Pictures by three of my favorite capturers of male beauty:

Brett Lloyd & Stuart Sandford Wolfgang Tillmans.


Images are the only things that my brain can interpret today.

The words are too tired to come out.

Luckily for us, there are pictures such as those by photographer Brett Lloyd.

The Seldom Seen Series are an invitation to quiet contemplation.