Wednesday Survey on facial descriptions:

Anyone remember him?

Can you name him?

Doesn't seem to age!

Describe the faces: Rebounding from the last post, it would be fun to read the impressions of the photos from fellow writers, and yes readers and lurkers too. How would we describe the photo’s in this post? We could pick one person, or a feature, like the nose, eyes, chin, hair … or more if you like, and describe?  Or just the effect the photo has on us? A memory? An emotion?

I’ll go first:

Top left … The eyes reach out and draw me. I want to get to know this man, would like to trust him, but then again is he too smooth?  Okay, so this is teenage talk and he was my movie idol. 

Top right: She exudes trust, seems warm and sympathetic., understanding, and unaware of her smooth beauty.  Again, compelling eyes reaching out.  

Bottom Right: One tough hombre.  No trust reaching out, just a determined will formed from hard knocks.

Bottom Left:  A woman braced against the world determined to be true to herself no matter what.  Looking at her makes me think of fun and celebration.

Have fun with some comments.  Don’t try too hard!  You can tell I didn’t.

Not his typical head shot

Not his typical head shot

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. mE
    Jul 20, 2011 @ 09:22:47

    I think your descriptions were pretty much spot on! Gave me a snack for thoughts re putting my story board together. Thanks!!!!
    Earlene (elderfox)

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    • Marion Spicher
      Jul 21, 2011 @ 22:43:40

      Thanks, Earlene. When I wrote the post, I had in mind to describe the physical characteristics, but when I tried to write the description, my emotional response is what surfaced. Hope the story board falls into place.

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  2. Laurie Ryan
    Jul 20, 2011 @ 08:08:45

    I’m out the door on a full day, but just had to take a moment to tell you I think you did GREAT on the descriptions. They got my attention. 🙂

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