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Photographer's Note

If you ask me: Why I photograph human faces, I won't hesitate a moment with the answer...

"Because it's the most important of the God's creation on the planet Earth"
That's why…!

I wouldn't even mention: The most beautiful creation as well.. It's quite obvious.

And, there are no two alike ( they resemble the structure of a snowflake - if you insist on staying romantic ?).
And, there is never ending moment of excitement upon seeing one…(yes, even my very ugly own, in the early morning, before shave !!!)

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From the photographic point of view …

Why shall I waste my precious, scarce pixels on anything else, when everything is in there… In the human face… ?
G.G.

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Warning:

Drinking Pepsi has been proven many times as being very lethal and extremely hazardous to your health.
Drinking Pepsi is the cause of many, most fatal illnesses among the population.
73845145905 gallons of Pepsi/Coca Cola drinks has been introduced on the market all over the world for the last several decades by profit seeking western, imperialistic concerns, causing irreparable damage to the most refined, deeply intellectual and highly educated brains among us…( a subject for yet another study… Why them ???).
Only eating at McDonalds, watching TV, speaking Polish and surfing porno sites on the internet has been proven to endanger our organisms on even larger scale that drinking that stuff.

Also: Contrary to popular beliefs - writing twenty critiques daily by/for the most accomplished camera owners on TE - happens to be quite harmless to the physical parts of our being and it is strongly recommended ( as long as you are able to shut-off entirely your intellectual capabilities while doing it ).

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