Tuesday, November 29, 2011

The Many Faces Of Humanity: Part II

Guest Voice

We welcome back Sheldon Levy, with another photo essay on faces, "The Many Faces Of Humanity, Part II." This forms a continuation of the posting "The Many Faces of Humanity," which was posted earlier in 2011. Today, seven new faces have been added to this publication's record of humanity. All the photos were taken in Montreal.

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by Sheldon Levy

Consider this as an extended family photo album. Whose family you might ask? Why yours and mine. 

Humanity's Face no. 7
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Humanity's Face no. 8
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However distant the relation, however different the faces, welcome them into your family. 


Humanity's Face no. 9
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Humanity's Face no. 10
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Have you seen that smile before? Perhaps on the street, perhaps in the mirror.


   
Humanity's Face no. 11
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Humanity's Face no. 12
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Ralph Ellison wrote, "The understanding of art depends finally upon one's willingness to extend one's humanity and one's knowledge of human life."


Humanity's Face no. 13
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Sheldon Levy resides in Montreal. He can be contacted at levy.sheldon@gmail.com. You can view more of his work here.

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