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This picture really caught my attention because the photographer decided to do a close up shot, which showed all of the wrinkles and details in his face. I feel a very strong sense of unity when looking at this picture.

Joyful - http://pieceofglass.blox.pl/2009/04/niezwykle-zwykle-portrety.html; http://pinterest.com/moclaire/unforgettable-world-faces/ http://www.pinterest.com/fannyshiz/faces/

"'Diaspora Smile' is a part of an ongoing photographic project that captures the joy of elderly Tibetan refugees who lived in exile for more than fifty years." Photo by Bhanuwat Jittivuthikarn

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An intense look from a Tuareg man. The Tuareg are Berber people with a traditionally nomadic pastoralist lifestyle. They are the principal inhabitants of the Saharan interior of North Africa.

A good model for a character that is definitely not aging well or possibly over 100 years old. Leathery skin and an abundance of wrinkles.


Leader by Bob Gala - Taken in Pushkar a town bordering the Thar Desert, in the northeastern Indian state of Rajasthan.

sailor - Поиск в Google

'The Last Day' (Snapshot -Fiction)

The value of a smile. A smile costs nothing but it means much. It enriches those who receives it & doesn't make poor the person who gives it. Though a smile may be given only once, the memory of it may last forever. The rich cannot survive without a smile, the poor cannot get rich because its comfort. A smile creates happiness to everyone, everywhere. It’s a sensitive sign of friendship, goodwill & it makes people part of your life. It is encouragement to the discouraged.

Grandma Betty - World Photography Organization Oh Grandma, how stupendously pretty your smile is, what a warm tingle it gives me to gaze upon your photo! OH how I'd love to sit down and just her some of her stories .