Interesting to see how faces are interpreted in statues in different parts of the world.
The volcanic stone face of one of the Toltec warriors or ‘Atlantids’ at Tula, Mexico. Stone faces from the STAM Museum in Ghent, Belgium.
Face inside a statue at Ribadeo, Spain.
A double-faced goddess in the temple at the end of U Bien Bridge in Myanmar. (More about the U Bien Bridge, a Must-See in Mandalay)
One of the many faces of the Bayon at Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
An acid-eaten statue in Rouen Cathedral, France. (More about Rouen’s Cathedral, a Study in Grey.)
Sculpture in Knokke-Heist Central Plaza, Belgium. (See Off to a Photo Exhibition in Knokke-Heist.) Face of a cherub with a mossy hairdo at Kasteel de Haar near Utrecht, Holland.
A sculpture of three faces in Dublin Botanical Garden. (More about the sculpture show in Dublin’s Botanical Garden.)
The unusual faces on the sculptures outside a winery in Naramata, BC.
Concrete statue of Buddha at Nong Kai Park in Northeast Thailand (Issan).
This drain with a face in Laos changes the meaning of spew.
More of the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Face.