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So, what made you take up photography ?
I have always been interested in photography. In fact I have been more than interested having worked as a professional photographer in the early part of my adult life.

I started photography at school and recently while sorting through some old boxes, I came across some three dimensional photographs I had taken when I was about 15. They were taken with a Coronet 3-D camera which was a crude ugly bit of british engineering but it did work. 

One of the photographs I instantly remembered taking and why. It was taken during the school swimming gala. I was fortunate, or not, to go to the sort of school which in those far off days had it's own outdoor swimming pool. Every now and then, those of us who were hopeless at swimming were ordered to gather by the side of the pool to admire the skills of those boys to whom water was a second home.

It was a single sex school and although located in a minor midlands' city, thought itself to be Eton. One boy in our class, which was full of the least academic individuals, I worshipped. He was tall, handsome and had a physical grace which gave me twitches every time I looked at him. During gym sessions, I always tried to be the one who supported his legs when he did handstands. Looking down his shorts, I could always glimpse his equipment and wanted to reach down and touch it.

When swimming, he wore very brief trunks, much briefer than anything anyone else wore. He had been swimming for years and had a swimmer's body which even at 15 was well defined with well developed muscles popping out everywhere. He also had something else which pushed his trunks forward as though it too was trying to pop out.

I positioned myself alongside the side of the pool where the swimmers dived in at the start of each race. I remember now as my man god stood alone by the side of the pool, a few feet in front of me and I snatched a picture of him from the side.

That picture provided me with lots of pleasure and contributed quite a few fluid ounces to my total lifetime production of sexual fluid. Even now, years later while looking at the small print through a magnifying lens, the beauty is still there. I wonder what happened to him. I'm sure he gave a lot of pleasure to his partners. I only hope they were men, such quality shouldn't go to waste.

This is the original picture !

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