I have a book in my office called Seeing: Doubletakes. It was published by Strathmore Papers and contains the photography work of Francois Robert. The theme is photographs of common objects that, when viewed through a slighty skewed perspective, actually look like faces. I thought this particular photo had the same whimsical quality. It’s actually the bottom of an old iron dinner bell that was transplanted from my grandparents farm to my parents home and secured by these three bolts. But, I can’t help but see what looks like a look of astonishment on this guy’s face. And, of course, my quest for letters and numbers was temporarily satisfied by the number 3 sitting curiously in the center.