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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Wordless Wednesday




The Stare BW {18/52}
The Stare BW




Linking with Kent for Wordless Wednesday.


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17 comments:

Kathy said...

I have to tell ya...that is such a striking portrait. Your profile and expression are quite mesmerizing! Well done!

Leanne said...

A great stare..love the light on your face. nicely done.

Scrappy Grams said...

what's at the end of that gaze?

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

Really well done, excellent lighting. Such intensity in your face!

Patricia said...

Deep, deep thoughts captured here.

Linda said...

I agree - a striking portrait - and I think, even more so because of the B&W! Great shot!

Donna said...

Ha-ha, I'd hate to be on the receiving end of that stare! Lovely composition and lighting.

Tezzie said...

Wonderful portrait...fabulous b/w! (looks like you're really giving someone the evil eye... ;D)

lisa. said...

This is a beautiful portrait Susan, and so are YOU!

Nancy said...

Love this, Susan. xoxo

Brenda said...

The b&w processing works well to highlight that gorgeous window light.

gina said...

Great capture and wonderful in B&W!

urban muser said...

it's great! coming out of the selfie rut?

Tamar SB said...

Stunning!!! Hope you're staying dry, could it rain any more!?

Phyllis said...

Hi Susan, It is always a treat to stop by your blog and see what you have been up to! A few of your photos that really caught my eye were the tulips (I remember you saying you didn't take many photos of flowers...maybe that will change now??) and the keys in the door, the orange chair and the close up photo of you in color. The reddish brown color in your eyes matches your hair and you look like you have brown sugar" freckles on your face....you did say you had brown sugar on your oatmeal!!! Happy Friday...it looks like we will have a nice break from the rain !

Ross said...

Great shot! Your shots always inspire me so much. Have a great weekend! I'm looking forward to seeing more soon.

Francisca said...

A really superb selfie monochrome portrait, Susan. Without truly knowing you, I think you've captured your soul in this one. I just wish the soul (if not the face) was smiling.