People’s faces tell stories. Their eyes, their frown lines, their smile lines, their spots (freckles, sun spots…), their color. All these things can tell you a lot about a person, especially if you pay attention, and everyone has their own unique version, even twins.
I invite you to come for a trip around the world through some faces I have captured in my travels.
A face of the wild. Our feral cat we adopted in India. Or better said, adopted us.
A content face. A woman in India moving a bowl of freshly delivered milk to boil and pasteurize.
A face with a cause. A “fishy apple” on a label GMO foods campaign car.
A spooky happy face. Found at an auction in Oregon.
Curious faces. These children lived in our neighborhood in India and I invited them to play with my laptop. What did they have the most fun with? Just typing words that they came up with in a word processor.
Oil still faces. One of my Lichtenstein reproductions.
The faces of friendship. One of my best friends and I during a trip of a lifetime (Berlin, Germany).
An innocent face. A boy finds safety on his father’s shoulder (India).
A wise face. Turtles are wise, right? (At Eno River Park, Durham, North Carolina)
A welcoming face? A play on words at a barbershop in Portland, Oregon
A laughing face and a not so impressed face. Two kids in India see their photo on our camera.
A friendly face. A guy and his stand in Portland, Oregon.
A worried, sad or bored face? Which one do you think?
A cute face! My Hazel. (Who’s not mine anymore)
Several advertisement faces. Lots of faces going inside this frame at a coffee shop in India.
A displeased face. This guy in Budapest was definitely not happy we were there.
A holy face. As cows are sacred in India.
A mischievous face. Doesn’t it look like this goat is totally up to something?
Faces of life. A mother and child in India.
A dead face. A guy’s tattoo at the ice cream shop in Portland, OR
A painted face.
Which one was your favorite?
8 thoughts on “Faces Around The World”
🙂 Lovely gallery of pictures!
Have a very HAPPY weekend! 🙂
Beautiful photos! 🙂
Sometimes, I “people watch” to be simply amazed by the diversity of all the “faces.” The best part of what we have in common are smiles and love on our faces.
Lovely post. The first one is cute. But the third one is awesome!
Great collection! I agree with BF – the third photo is a beauty, but my favourite is the boy with his head resting on his father’s shoulder – great photo.
Thank you Allison!
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This is beautiful 🙂
These are beautiful!! 🙂 Really enjoyed looking at them all as a face tells so much!