Sunday, April 25, 2010

A Scary Face

Look between his eye and nose on the left side. It's not a tear it's a dead spider.

This is my Face of the Week. It's hosted by Sistertex at her Spacial Peepol blog.

26 comments:

  1. I should have said on your other blog first and foremost, Welcome back :) That is an awesome photo. That spider is cool looking. What a great face this is. Loving the black and white :)

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  2. Wow, a beautiful shot and thanks for pointing out the spider. I'm sure I would have missed it.

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  3. I wonder if my nightmare will be in color or black and white! Scary face and a spider too!
    Great shot James.
    Sunny :)

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  4. A dead spider, that's special! A very cool face. So full of contrasts.

    Have a nice week!

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  5. If my nightmares would have a face, It would be one of that kind!
    Great shot anyway!
    I love this idea of a B&W blog; i'm sure you're gonna show us great things!

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  6. Wonderful James! What was he doing to be made up like this?

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  7. Wow. I thought he was human at first.

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  8. James, where was this taken? Store window...thinking maybe a antique shop, but then I think I'm seeing a coiled lightbulb next to it. Wow, killer photo - very cool. Not a face I'd like to wake up to standing over my bed! ;) Thanks so much for participating in 'Face of the Week' this week. Excellent choice! :)

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  9. You didn't have to point the s_____
    on the face. I don't like ______s.

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  10. Now I know why some people are afraid of clowns! I love the way the face emerges from the shadows and the light source is focused on that disturbingly lifelike eye. Extremely compelling.

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  11. Ooh! it is scarey. A real creepy clown!

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  12. superbe photo et le noir et blanc lui donne bcp de poids,bravo ;O)

    http://unephotounsouvenir.blogspot.com/

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  13. That's the perfect face for a spider to set up house-keeping! And, SO good in black and white! Your project is really producing some good stuff, James!

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  14. The smile on a scary face makes it even scarier! :)
    God bless you!
    Cezar

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  15. Superb! And you are serious about your project on B/W. I find him scarily handsome!

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  16. Downright CREEPY...but a great shot. ha

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  17. There's something rather sinister about this face. Great shot :-)

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  18. You're right, we wouldn't want to come up on that face late at night.
    Nice shot.
    Darryl and Ruth : )

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  19. I used to be terrified of faces like this when I was a little 'un. Still creepy now.

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  20. It sorta reminds «Louis» of his ex-father-in-law - spider and all....

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  21. Wonderful monochrome face! I almost didn't notice the spider. It really looks like a tear. Have a great day.

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  22. No wonder some folks are afraid of clowns...didn't notice the spider.

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  23. It is the atmosphere that seems to speak to me what he is.
    He is full of life very much.

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  24. This image roar Picture Perfect!

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