It takes all kinds …
Face-painting at the Oktoberfest in Frisco, Colorado.
SUMMIT COUNTY — I’m mostly a landscape and nature photographer, but like almost everyone, I’m intrigued by faces, especially interesting ones that tell a story, pretty faces and, of course, there’s nothing like a child’s smile to melt even the iciest of hearts.
So when @EpsteinTravels announced this week’s #FriFotos Twitter chat theme, “faces,” I searched the archives for some of my favorite pictures of faces near and far. Each of the images evokes memories; some from trips to faraway lands and other from fun times right here at home in Frisco, Colorado. Join in the fun by posting your favorite face pics, tagging them with #FriFotos, then sit back and enjoy the show!
What can you read in this peanut vendor’s face, spotted at the All-Jamaica Jerk Festival at Three Dives in Negril’s West End?
In the last 15 years as a Colorado-based environmental journalist, I’ve written more stories about this animal than any other topic, except maybe global warming. Do you know what it is? Click on the pic to learn more.
Watching the soccer game.
Famous faces …
Andy Grogger’s face in musical concentration and reverie.
Sculpted from snow.
Birds have faces, too!
Roller coaster face.
A “new hat” face!
Chinstrap penguins seem to have a perpetual smile on their faces.
Kids in Kyrgyzstan, photographed by Summit Voice reader Ben Young.
A friendly husky in Ushuaia, Argentina.
Happy Oktoberfest faces in Breckenridge, Colorado.
Kyrgyzstan grape vendor, by Ben Young.
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