photography and digital art
Very nice shot!
Thank you, Merilee.
The portrait and landscape are almost as one, beautiful!
Thank you, Sylvia.
Great shot – love the treatment.
Thank you, Richard.
Seen a lot, thinks a lot. Beautifull.
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Hombre, naturalidad, trabajo en el rostro: ¡extraordinaria!
Muchas gracias, Alpuymuz.
Thank you, Sedge.
Excellent portrait, les rides sont en harmonie avec le paysage et le traitement.
Great portrait with a gorgeous treament choice !
Thank you very much, Den.
Vidím tvrdou zemi, tvrdé mozolnaté ruce a mnoho práce v té ušlechtilé tváři. Krásný portrét…..
Hallo tolles Foto so wie das Leben eben ist ein schönes Wochenende wünsche ich dir Klaus aus Köln
Vielen Dank für das Kompliment, Klaus.
Da ja jetzt wieder das nächste Wochenende vor der Tür steht, wünsche ich Dir auch schonmal ein schönes Wochenende.
εξαιρετικό το πορτραιτο αληθινό,γεμάτο ρυτίδες από τον χρόνο και τον αγώνα της ζωής.
(excellent portrait of the true, full of wrinkles by time and struggle of life.)
Thank you very much, Selana.
Gorgeous photo.Well done
What an amazing “life” map is etched on his face . . . . .
Yes, I thought so as well.
Thank you very much for your comment.
The hard work of daily labour is shown on his face but also the land itself shows the spade of time and labours.
Yes. I thought that was so interesting about the man, when I met him. I practically has his life story written in his face.
The grief and misfortunes he has seen or endured are etched deeply in his face.
Yes, and I think that makes his face very interesting. That is why I was happy when he allowed me to take his picture.
Lots of character. He would be interesting to write about!
Yes, he seems to be a very interesting man.
Unusual, but very, very effective portrait of a man with plenty of character.
Thank you very much!
I’ll confess that I often struggle to face my own wrinkles, but there is no mistaking their beauty when I see them in another. Beautiful.
Thank you very much for the compliment!
This is the type of shot that makes you stop and look again. And then study the picture.
Reblogged this on Maître Renard.
Thanks for reblogging.
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