We don't see things as they are, we see things as we are.
You??? What a fabulously moody & evocative photo.:-) Happy WW....
Goodness no. Not even sure I was born yet...either 64 or 65. It's Bob Dylan. I heard a lot of him growing up with my beatnik folks. It is a great picture though, isn't it.
My first thought was hey...that's Bob Dylan. He actually looks handsome in that photo :-)
I'm still laughing about the title under your name back at the curriculum board!What's your favorite Bob Dylan song?
That is a great picture... love Bob! I thought he was handsome in the younger years....
LOL! I was thinking, "Jenny's husband looks a lot like Bob Dylan!"Happy WW!
You are a young almost 43 with a sweet new camera! Nothing to be melancholy about!I like the photo although I had no idea who it was until I read the other comments. :-)Patricia in WA
I love his Masters of War. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCveo3IQoPwYes, I'm a child of the 60's. Maybe I should have a tie dye b'day party. ;-0.
I didn't even recognize Mr.Bob. Wasn't he a cutie back in the day!
I recognized Bob. And I am also a child of the 60's. I used to tell my mom that I wished I had been old enough to see a Beatles concert in person. But that would make me even older. Nah.
blushing ever so many shades of red. I've only ever seen older photos of Bob - didn't remotely recognize this one :-O. But I do love the photo ;-)I had to go see the Barbie art. Totally amused me - creative, quirky and just a little bit creepy ;-)
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