Saturday, 4 May 2013

PT CXCVIII - Faces

Me!
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An african mask I photographed at a visit to the Tropicarium, a small hot house zoo in town.
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A stone from the rocky beach on the northern edge of our village.
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18 comments:

  1. Yikes ... thats some scary mask!!! ~smile~ ... love it when one can see faces in nature ... thats a really cute stone .....

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  2. Hi Anders!! Three great takes for the theme. That guy in the first shot looks familiar!!! LOL. Love the African mask, I used to have one like that many years ago, but it got lost during a house move. Cool rock-face :-))

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  3. Thanks Lynne & Mitch.:D - he does, doesnt he?

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  4. Hi Anders, you haven't changed a bit at all. :)
    That stone is really cool.

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  5. Hello Anders, you look great as per normal. Love that take. That mask is scary, living in Africa myself, I have never ever had a mask in my house, for various reasons.............. Love your stone, must be the father of the stone I found under our patio when first we moved in here. Will post a bit later. Hugs.

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  6. great out of the box thinking, I think your face looks a little more friendly than the other two

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  7. Three very good examples and each one different. Whose that bloke in the first one? Looks very familiar.

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  8. Anders, three very nice pictures, the one of the mask really caught my eye. Just truly fascinating and well taken. And, you have a very kind looking face.

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  9. Thanks for you delighted and appreciative comments, all of you. Indeed, Pat, whoc ould tha be? :D

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  10. Three good captures on the theme, Anders!

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  11. hej hej Anders, nice to see you in a self-portrait. the second one is a scary one, lol

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  12. Hej hej nico. Thanks.:) indeed it is

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  13. Hi Anders, you have three good images for the theme. Clever to include a self portrait. The African mask is intense.

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  14. ANDERS! what a NICE face!!!

    Yikes, scary mask in the second shot!


    That last shot sort of reminds me of a hand with a face painted on the side of it, you know, with the thumb to make the hand/face talk?

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