© Laura Kicey

  • nocoins 10y

    I victimize rob on a daily basis and he rarely looks THAT sad. Your pictures are amazing.
  • helveticaneue PRO 10y

    Thank you very much Kevin. I believe this was at Chaucers, so he had not been victimized by our polite robber yet... so technically this might be a result of your work.
  • Joseph Murawski PRO 10y

    Great portrait. The emotion is unknown....just when I think he is sad, it seems that he is just thinking, but then for some reason it almost looks like a precursor to a smile....
  • helveticaneue PRO 10y

    Thanks samuel and joseph.
    I think it is some of all of those things....
  • Roger L. Sizemore PRO 10y

  • Capital I PRO 10y

    You have several portraits like this and they are absolutely fantastic, what great tone. Great expression, bad reason for it... great capture though. fantastic.
  • mikeyfreedom PRO 10y

    brilliant portrait!
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Taken on October 15, 2005
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