1. January 27, 2011 -

    Oooooh--love these, Larry--these are all excellent!

  2. Pat
    January 28, 2011 -

    Nice, Larry. I like looking at older photographs of people before the camera-face of "say cheese" was invented!

  3. January 28, 2011 -

    I found it most interesting that we analyze a smiler's genuineness or intent by unknowingly mimicking the smile and then deciphering our own smile by how that stimulates our brains, instead of trusting our visual observation of the smiler. And that putting a pencil in ones mouth when looking at a smiler will prevent the mimicking and inhibit our own accurate reading of the smiler. Pretty cool stuff going on there.