It is a beautiful portrait but sad. I wonder why.
Yes a beautiful portrait. Is the face sad or just serious? It's hard to say. Could be just a flicking split second before a new burst of laughter or a freekingly joyous pose, we don't know... It's an excellent portrait I agree. The one thing I would have photoshopped is the lamp post in the background. It draws a dark line in the background that lands straight on the character's head and alters the dynamics of the composition. I would have used the cloning tool to delete it and rebuild the tree branches around it in its place. On some of my photos I occasionally do that when a feature doesn't suit my eye.
When I lived in St. Louis in the 1960's, I never saw anything like this.
Smiles all around, or not. Nice collection of faces.
Brilliant series of portraits Bob, so many fantastic photo opportunities here! I did enjoy your first portrait here, but I enjoyed the frivolity of the others just as much..
Certainly a lot of character in these faces, Bob. That first one is particularly enigmatic.
You always amaze me with your unusual portraits, Bob! :-)
You might be right B but I love all your portraits so I'm not one to judge.V
love photo of me
You meet the most interesting sorts of people!!!
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