Face I

For this week’s Photo Challenge, Cheri Lucas asks us to share a photo of a face.

It could be your own face; the face of a loved one, whose lines and creases you know well; or even a face out in the wild, where you least expect to see one.

I selected a few ones, which I will post separately.

The featured photo has been in my archives for a while. I stumbled upon these sculptures next door my dentists’ practice. It had no name of the artist, though.

I liked the way they have been arranged; three of them have closed eyes, and the one at the right side looks down on them.

WP Weekly Photo Challenge: Face

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21 thoughts on “Face I

  1. Great photo, Lucile! I love that this photo is in place and white. These faces are filled with so much mystery and intrigue, and the black and white nature of the photo certainly adds to those qualities.


      1. Well, this is why we have photo editing–to turn those photos with lots of potential that are lacking in their original form into something beautiful. I’m glad you saw promise in this photo and edited it, as it’s really, quite lovely.


  2. This is mildly scary, yet beautiful! A very theatrical piece of art. It might discourage me if I were to meet those on my way to the dentist, but I love the faces.


  3. I love the way the one on the far right is looking at the others. Black and white is perfect for this photo. I guess you already said that..so I second you! Looking forward to more Face


    1. Hi Lisa! How’re you doing? I’ve been absent for two weeks and thought about your journey. Will head to your blog, now.
      Thanks! I’m happy you like it.
      It’s a holiday today in Holland, so I’ll post the other faces I selected.

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