He (she?) looks a bit perplexed, perhaps he's (she's?) trying to figure out how to break out of that stone lattice.Fun capture Daryl.
A very mysterious smile!!- Pixellicious Photos
No stoney expression there.
I wonder what he's saying. I know what I'm saying: I hate Mondays especially on the heels of a great weekend.
I love the expression, and I love the detail and texture of the stonework - concrete just isn't the same!
Ah, the craftsmen of yesteryear!
You know, it almost looks like a theatre mask... I love everything NYC.
I think this reveler is still feeling the effects of the weekend, and wondering how he ended up there, like that!
Cool.. it looks like something's caught in its throat. Or maybe it's air pollution. ;)
I love her face, it's a mixture of so many emotionsshe represents all gargirls ;)
These old carvings make great b&w subjects, I don't think they work in colour.
Nice find Daryl, I love the expression....
Lovely texture to the image, and a curious smile.
This almost looks like it could have been in one of Magiceye's shots form the Kanheri caves. Very mysterious and cool!
Why am I thinking Jacob Marley???? Great monochrome offering!V
love the Monday here...
Hmmmm, if I only knew what he (it is a he right) was saying, or not saying? Great pic !
Thats how I feel to day!<><
I think I saw that face in the Oyster Parade.
Oh MY!!I HAD to come and visit you!One more precious... ;)LOVE this capture!Enjoy the new week Daryl!
That's a happy looking face :)
I love the expression on his/her face.
Interesting...looks like he/she is in a bit of pain!
I think it looks like he's singing. He's singing a happy song.And I'm living in Disney World.
I love it! You've inspired me for next week's monochrome monday!
How unusual! New York has so many wonderful things to see. Where is this fabulous decoration? It does have a theatrical feel. Neat capture.
Perplexed and innocent and somehow happy--from another world looking into ours. I love it.
For whatever reason, that freaks me the eff out!
Is it me or is that one cross-eyed? ummm, probably me, right?
Stone can be expressivefaces can be flinty...Life!Aloha, DarylComfort Spiral
What a face! "Cement Man" (as opposed to the Green Man). Where did you find this one?
What a strange face. It's not pretty, but it's far from a gargoyle. I wonder what the artist was thinking when her caged her there in stone.
Very interesting! The expression creates curiosity...very nice black and white.
Stone & Metal Faces of NYC. I see a great coffee table book there!Neat photo!
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