Tina has us focussing on eyes…so without further ado, here are some images. Firstly, an old lady who was happy to pose for me in Transylvania:
And now we go to Cuba:
A portrait from Turkey, where the eyes really do have it:
And now for London, the eyes in some Street art:
….and here, eyes hidden:
Linked to Lens artists at Tina’s here
Oh these are wonderful eyes for this week 😀 😀
Thank you, Cee!
Oh excellent. A great selection.
Thanks Margaret – a favourite?
Not really Sue. I like them all for different reasons, and it feels invidious to choose in this case.
You nailed it Sue!
Ah, thank you, A C!
Nice smiles too, Sue, and faces full of character.
Faces full of character always appeal, Jo!
Nice portraits. So much life lived in all those eyes…
Excellent response Sue! You really do have some beautiful portraits. I loved all of the ladies and the sunglass shot is very clever
Great shots, Sue. Love them all, especially the last one. 👀
Thanks! I asked our tour guide to move slightly so I could get the reflections of the Douro in her sunglasses!
The first 3 are just amazing 🙂
Many thanks, Hammad!
I was always told that you see a true smile through the eyes
You absolutely do, David….I actually noticed that myself when I was in my 20s, I think….and I am pleased to see my portraits all display smiling eyes
Very good choices for the theme, Sue. Older faces full of character make great portraits.
Best wishes, Pete.
Yep, older faces tell so much of a life lived….
Enjoyed the travel post here 😉
And the Hidden eyes was my fav because the reflection in the glasses showed us what was visible to the eye there
Clever post sue
Pleased you enjoyed my portraits from a few travels….why didn’t I do more of that?!
Oh I know / if only we could go back with a bit of the knowledge we have now!
I had a sweet camcorder in 1990 and sue, I would have used it much more had I known what I know now !
Great portraits Sue – the Romanian one in particular 🙂
Thank you, Sarah!
The three portraits are wonderful. They all look so gentle and wise.
Thanks, Anabel! And they were all comfortable with me
You can tell.
Lovely gallery, Sue. 🙂
Many thanks, Janet!