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oh-little-owl:

me and the mister’s little baby cat, whose name might be Violet but I have not decided yet. til we decidedly name her, she is being known as “scaredy kitten” because she is the shyest little thing.

this one was also my favorite when she lived in my basement.

oh-little-owl:

me and the mister’s little baby cat, whose name might be Violet but I have not decided yet. til we decidedly name her, she is being known as “scaredy kitten” because she is the shyest little thing.

this one was also my favorite when she lived in my basement.

e-ogier:

FACES 1-6
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So the question is “What do you see in a face?”
Do you see a pair of eyes? A nose? A chin? A mouth?
Do you see a life? A story? A start? An end? Everything in-between?
Do you see an expression? Love? Mistrust? Happiness? Fear? A truth? A lie?
Is it a work of art? One carefully crafted over countless centuries of the intermingling of generations, dreams, lives and genetics?
Perhaps you see something you recognize? An old friend? An ex-lover? A guide or teacher? A stranger on the street? Maybe your own reflection?
Since I was old enough to probably know better, my favorite past time has been people watching. I love looking at faces. At the worry lines, the passage of time, the curves and the muscles, the eyes and the hair line. I have notebooks full of sketches and doodles from coffee shops and libraries, all of faces and their owners. Only after I started photographing people did I truly begin to explore my fascination. As much can be said with a look as a paragraph, with a scar or a wrinkle as an autobiography.
With this group and the rest of the FACES series I explore the shape, personality and depth of faces. I look to use all kinds of media (ink, book pages, newspaper, paint) as well as photographs to share my fascination with the human visage.

that is MY FACE bottom (heh) center

e-ogier:

FACES 1-6

*******

So the question is “What do you see in a face?”

Do you see a pair of eyes? A nose? A chin? A mouth?

Do you see a life? A story? A start? An end? Everything in-between?

Do you see an expression? Love? Mistrust? Happiness? Fear? A truth? A lie?

Is it a work of art? One carefully crafted over countless centuries of the intermingling of generations, dreams, lives and genetics?

Perhaps you see something you recognize? An old friend? An ex-lover? A guide or teacher? A stranger on the street? Maybe your own reflection?

Since I was old enough to probably know better, my favorite past time has been people watching. I love looking at faces. At the worry lines, the passage of time, the curves and the muscles, the eyes and the hair line. I have notebooks full of sketches and doodles from coffee shops and libraries, all of faces and their owners. Only after I started photographing people did I truly begin to explore my fascination. As much can be said with a look as a paragraph, with a scar or a wrinkle as an autobiography.

With this group and the rest of the FACES series I explore the shape, personality and depth of faces. I look to use all kinds of media (ink, book pages, newspaper, paint) as well as photographs to share my fascination with the human visage.

that is MY FACE bottom (heh) center