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The "Eyes as Big as Plates" project. This collaboration between Finnish and Norwegian artists celebrates local elders' relationship to folklore, myth, imagination, and landscape--gorgeous!

Look at the wonderful life lines in her face! She is beautiful! Eyes as Big as Plates # Agnes II © Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

Meet the woman who elevated conservation photography to a whole new level As the founder of the International League of Conservation Photographers, Cristina Mittermeier is at the forefront of the modern movement to use photography for environmentalism

Meet the woman who elevated conservation photography to a whole new level

A Chinese woman with her pet goose -- a wonderful photo that Cristina Goettsch Mittermeir shot. At first she thought the woman was carrying the goose to market, but then discovered the pair were best friends.

Eyes as Big as Plates by Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

Forest Park with Bob

by photographers Karoline Hjorth and Riita Ikonen, Eyes as Big as Plates depicts elder locals portraying characters and scenes from Finnish folklore.

Eyes as Big as Plates is a whimsical series by Finnish photographer Riitta Ikonen and Norwegian photographer Karoline Hjorth that features senior citizens

Playful Seniors Wear Organic Materials to Personify Nature

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New Twist of Old Tradition of Old Finnish People With Things On Their Heads

Photographers, Karoline Hjorth and Riitta Ikonen came up with something truly peculiar and special, in their photo series Eyes As Big As Plates.

Ethiopia - Mursi woman

Mursi Woman - Ethiopia by by Carlos Cass, body paint, feathers, beads, and horns.

Offbeat Portraits Integrate Elderly Subjects with Nature

Blending in? Old people wearing vegetation as huge, unkempt hairdos pictures] Selections from the photo series “Eyes as Big as Plates” by Riitta Konen and Karoline Hjorth…

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'A Face and Smile To Remember' I was walking down a street in Kathmandu, Nepal and I saw this lady just laughing like there was no tomorrow while sitting on a wood bench.I have no idea what she was laughing about, but she loved to have her photo taken