i’ve got one ready for this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Faces. a photo from the archives… i was absolutely fascinated by these clay figures when i was in Mexico.
Great photo for this challenge.
Love the pic. Those are some of the happiest skeletor impersonators I’ve ever seen 🙂
This is a great photo for this week 🙂
perfect pics for the halloween
Very nicely done!
And all those faces without a single red-eye problem… that’s not too shabby, either!
I like this a lot; there cute but creepy! Mexico has a very different view of death-must be their Aztec back ground
I agree with Badpanda, cute but creepy lol great choice for this weeks challenge 🙂
Faces with the look of death – an interesting subject. Great choice 🙂
great shot – but man are they creepy !!
What a combination of macabre and jolly!
Oh my!!! Totally loved it!!! Reminds of celebrations for the “dia de los muertos”… and Mexican Independence day was just here (at least, the partying part!)
Congratulations on the very colorful images… Cheers from Recife, Brazil
these faces reminds me that Halloween comes before Christmas…nice
This made me smile, nice faces picture.
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Fantastic, I love the faces…
I agree with Pseu. They look so happy but they scare the heck out of me 🙂 Well done!
do the bite?
do they bite?
it depends if they are hungry.
These are wonderful!
Mexican Skeletons. My kind. Nice!
Woo…is that a vodooo doll?
I’m mexican, and though you certainly photographed some cute figurines, they are not the greatest or more traditionalists. Definitely not the ones that REALLY portray what Dia de Muertos is all about. Great picture though!
i couldn’t agree with you more! thank you for pointing this out.
I like so much about this. The richness in color and the photo in it’s entirety. I also love your name AND your photo of the bird prints~
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