His incredible photography shows he's a master at capturing light and shadow, beauty and pathos. You'll want his work. His art is available on iStockPhoto.com, Photoxpress.com, and several other places. I prefer to use Dreamstime (at the top of the list below) because on this site you can search by contributor (as in author or artist), the prices are wonderful, and they have nearly a thousand of his photos. Imagine a thousand pictures like these? *rolls up tongue and puts back in mouth*
Some images include Shibari (Japanese rope bondage), and other forms of bondage. This isn't rough S&M, however. This is photography that showcases the beauty of the male body in all its forms; dominance and submission are well represented.
Vishstudio on Dreamstime
Vishstudio on Red Bubble
Vishstudio on DeviantArt
Here are thirteen of his masterpieces. Do I really need to provide commentary? Nah, didn't think so. ;) All photos are copyrighted by Andrei Vishnyakov, used under license from Photoxpress, iStockPhoto, or Dreamstime.com.
Clicking these pictures will open them in a larger size. I know I don't have to preach about copyrights here. We don't want pirates downloading our work either.
If you could have one of these, full sized to hang in your writing cave, which would it be? I'm gaga over almost every one, but there is one that I absolutely love. Can you guess which? Those who guess correctly will win one download of any of my books. Everyone who comments will be in a drawing at the end of the day for the same type of prize. So there is a potential for more than one winner. And just so you know, I've already thought of the possibility of someone making 13 different comments so they're sure to get my favorite. LOL! Tsk tsk! *wags finger* Only one comment will be entered in the drawing, but you can post responses all you want. Check back tonight by about 11pm EST to find the winner.
In the meantime, go back and feast your eyes again. Andrei Vishnyakov is brilliant, is he not? And yes, I have every one of these legally. Squeee!!! Worth every penny, and not nearly as expensive as you'd think. Check out Vishstudio on Dreamstime and see. (you can thank me later) ;)