Monday, May 5, 2008


If you know me, you know I love a picture without a face.
A picture without a face is like reading a book.
The author describes everything about a place or a feeling or a person, yet the reader needs to put it all together.
I find a picture without a face encourages the viewer to investigate and imagine the emotion in the unseen face(s).
This was taken at Beaver Island State Park on the mighty Niagara River. The boys loved the boardwalk more than the sand.
But you could probably tell that by their faces.

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