I was at the dentist the other day. We’ve all seen that overhead light. It suddenly struck me that there was a face above me – I love the row of bottom teeth – I couldn’t actually see them from where I was sitting, but the positioning of the iPhone picked up that reflection. Other-worldy, don’t you think?
Took this photo in 2008 while on a Caribbean Cruise – the image reminded me of the paintings of Alex Colville – the lone figure, facing away from the photographer (artist), absence of shadow. I made a print and put it in my spare bedroom. I was just tidying up the room and stopped to think about the feelings in the image. Thought it worth sharing.
My great-nephew sent me this one last night: I was walking up the stairs towards my bedroom when I passed the laundry room. This is what I saw. I just had to send it to you. Do you see the face also?
A lovely sunset off the coast of Puerto Rico
The deer didn’t get all the tulips, these are some that eluded them. I love looking at them from my kitchen window.
I see faces everywhere… This was one of many I managed to capture while on a trip to France two years ago.
Captured this “face” this morning:
The Halifax side of the harbour fascinates me. I find myself taking pictures any chance I get, particularly from Dartmouth. This photo was taken from the NSCC campus on the Dartmouth shore. You can see the Purdy’s Wharf towers, Stadacona, and the Dockyard.
Several of the orchids in my living room are blooming at the moment – a couple will bloom soon. So cheerful…
Walking through the woods on a snowy evening – it was like that