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Faces in Places

Nice hair piece
Wednesday, 16 April 2008

From darkjaz's Flickr stream.

posted by Jody @ 19:38,


At 16 April 2008 at 20:13, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I usually prefer those "faces in places" that happen to look like faces... Am I the only one?

At 17 April 2008 at 04:54, Blogger angela said...

yeah me too. not into the set-ups..

At 18 April 2008 at 22:26, Blogger Zari said...

I don't know...but if it has no added elements we can say it happens to look like a face...and i like this one ;)

At 19 April 2008 at 23:11, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm not sure I understood your comment, zari... I mean, I like this pic:
(and I know you do, too!)
and this one:
(of course, it's mine!)
but I don't like, for example, this one:
(But apparently Jody likes them... so, pardon!)

At 20 April 2008 at 22:47, Blogger Jody said...

Other than the furry bit on this photo, the bag does 'happen' to look like a face. I'm not keen on faces that have been created artificially - the classic 'two apples and a banana' for example.

I doubt that the manufacturer of the toy that I titled 'Tears of a clown' thought it looked like a face though. I could be wrong.


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