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?