Posts Tagged ‘Eyes’

Tina’s challenge to us this week is to feature eyes. Let’s have a little fun with that theme.

“An animal’s eyes have the power to speak a great language.”
― Martin Buber

What do you think these eyes are saying? Are they wistful or just enjoying what they see? Apologies for any imperfections but I took this photo through the car window with my phone, stopped at a light I hasten to add.

Here I offer you two eyes and one I in some California street art. 🙂

“His eyes are so intense I want to look away . . . or never look away, I can’t decide.”
― Kasie West, The Distance Between Us

Hunter’s eyes.

“I watch what I eat every day. I mean, who actually eats with their eyes closed?”
― Brian Celio

But what if it’s looking back at you??? Pancake eyes.

Soft but stubborn mule eyes or at least one of them.

And finally we have ramen eyes, one of tastiest types of eyes. I told you we were going to have fun and now you have a delicious meal as well. Eye yie yie yie!

Thanks for a theme that let me have some fun, Tina. I hope everyone of you is having a wonderful weekend.

A few weeks ago, I opened a bottle of wine for us to find this little guy looking at me.  What fun!

copyright janet m. webb 2015

Eye Spy“, this week’s theme, can be interpreted in a variety of ways, all of which I’m looking forward to seeing (with my eyes) throughout the week.  In this photo, the eye of the camera spied some visitors I hadn’t initially seen.  My eye saw through the eye of the camera and then also saw the eyes of the insect visitors, some of them sitting on or near what appears to be the eye of the sunflower.  The eyes have it!  Aye!

sunflower copyright janet m. webb 2013