Contemplating.

Contemplating.
Wayzata, Minnesota

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Sepia Saturday 178 - 25 May 2013

"The face is a picture of the mind with the eyes as its interpreter."  - Marcus Tullius Cicero




 
This face says it all when facing his nemesis!
 
Remember the old movie, Caddyshack with Bill Murray?
 
 
Faces speak to us in so many ways.
 
 



Can you tell that Alan, from Sepia Saturday has offered "faces" as our theme this week?




Faces, are definitely a very important and usually says a
 lot about what's going on in our life.  Especially, when the mood hits us just right.
 
 






Then there are those faces that will never need a name, because at first glance you know who it is.




Some faces we'll never ever forget.
 
 
 
 
 
Faces will forever link us to so many things.
 
 
 
 
So many faces, so many lives, just waiting to be noticed.
 
 
 
Or not, as in bottom row left face.
 
Our face is our most important thing we own, don't you think?
 
It just tells our entire story!

 
 
 
 
Sometimes it explains us just for the moment- but always with great story!
 
 
 
For more Sepia Saturday posts go here
 

14 comments:

Cloudia said...

Excellent! Yes, we see faces everywhere.....


Aloha

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Just in case people have been wondering,
I'm all right
Nobody worry 'bout me.

Patrica Ball Morrison said...

Quite a collection, I laughed at the first, had not thought of Caddyshack in a long time. Hey what about a Charlie Brown or Snoopy face? You did a great job posting faces from here and now and then and when!

Brett Payne said...

And yet, so open to misinterpretation.

JJ said...

That's why I love this blog so much! Check out my latest post and you will see why.

Wendy said...

It IS interesting how many faces don't need a name attached.

Milo James Fowler said...

Johnny Cash -- nice one.
In Medias Res

Alan Burnett said...

What is wonderful is how the short animation (Judy garland I think it is) seems to have considerable added value over static faces. That is an interesting idea. I feel and experiment coming on.

R. Mac Wheeler said...


enjoyed . . . :O)

Helen Bauch McHargue said...

I remember an L.A. disk jockey who had received a letter with only his picture for the address...in huge sprawling crowded Los Angeles! I thought it was quite amazing.

Nigel Aspdin (Derby, UK) said...

Well I have a problem with faces...and I can never remembers actors and famous people. I have no idea who the actor is that looks like a mongrel of Elvis Presley and Michael Douglas (does he?), the girl in the animated .gif is Judy Garland? Hooray if I got that right ! Friends who know all film, music and sports results answers always ask me to join their Quizz Night team to answer the questions on (what I consider) more important general knowledge !

Karen S. said...

Nigel- Yes it is Judy Garland! See you know some faces!

Bob Scotney said...

I don;t know that man either. Enjoyed the other faces, even the one you would not want to own up to.

Jenny said...

Such neat faces you are sharing here!

I find it fascinating to study them.

It's neat to see them all in sepia. It actually makes the features stand out even more!

Neat study.