the round part of the eye of a vertebrate, within the eyelids and socket. In mammals it is typically a firm, mobile, spherical structure enclosed by the sclera and the cornea.
look or stare at closely
|Keeping an Eye Out for You|
Fact: Each of your eyes has a small blind spot in the back of the retina where the optic nerve attaches. You don’t notice the hole in your vision because your eyes work together to fill in each other’s blind spot.
the part projecting above the mouth on the face of a person or animal, containing the nostrils and used for breathing and smelling.
the front end of an aircraft, car, or other vehicle.
a look, esp. out of curiosity
thrust its nose against or into something, esp. in order to smell it
investigate or pry into something
(of a vehicle or its driver) make one's way cautiously forward
|The Nose Dive|
Fact: You can smell happiness and sexual arousal, as long as the individual you are smelling is a close romantic partner.
the opening in the lower part of the human face, surrounded by the lips, through which food is taken in and from which speech and other sounds are emitted.
an opening or entrance to a structure that is hollow, concave, or almost completely enclosed
say (something dull or unoriginal), esp. in a pompous or affected way
take in or touch with the mouth
Fact: When a human body is dehydrated, its thirst mechanism shuts off.
I like how many meanings there are for things.
It gives you a lot of options,
yet it's also cause for confusion.
To me, these images are structured confusion.
Carl Warner: Warner began his artistic career as an illustrator, but transitioned to photography after he realized that a photographic outlet was better suited to his artistic talents. The results are often interesting when a photographer originally studies something besides photography; you are able to see those previous interests shine through in their photographs. This definitely holds true for Warner. One of my favorite projects of Warner's is his photographs of nude human bodies. The bodies are layered in a way that make them look like landscapes. Warner's work offers a unique and surreal perspective that is worth checking out.
MRI Scans of Fruits and Vegetables: This is self-explanatory, and it is amazing. Go stare at the moving images--they are pretty hypnotic.