Weekly Photo Challenge: Faces

This week I would like to show you some faces that I found in very different places. Two are from a monastery we visited some days ago, four are from fleamarkets that I visited, some are from our beautiful cemetery. I usually never photograph persons. Some days ago a neighbour of mine asked me if I could photograph his son who wants to be a model. You can see his photograph below. He was very happy about my photos.

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33 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Faces

    • I’m happy you see that I got an eye for a lot of things. It was the first time I made a portrait. He really is a good looking guy. Thanks for commenting, Pieter, have a nice day, regards Mitza

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    • Thank you so much for your kind words. I always see a lot of things when I walk around and take photos from them. It’s one of my many hobbies. Have a nice weekend, regards Mitza

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  1. What an amazing collection dear Mitza, you have a good eye for detail and the variety is pretty amazing. For some strange reason I immediately picked out the photos you made in the graveyard. And of course a flea market is an ideal place to find all sort of ideas, treasures, and images 🙂 Great work. Have a good night.

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    • thanks again, dear Agnes. Old graveyards are very attractive to me, might sound weird and to carve a mourning face out of stone is something really overwhelming because you forget that it’s stone, it’s just moving. Fleamarkets are the best part of my life. I take so much inspiration out of all the things I see. Thanks for commenting, have a nice day, how’s the weather in Ireland? Mitza

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