Cropped images of two pretty young women are displayed in this picture. Their facial expression seems to convey dazed airs; just like being hit right smack in the middle of doing something. Of what, the picture doesn’t tell.
If innocence could be belied by airs, why are criminals judged by their miens when confronted with their wrong doings. How rightful are the critics to say an individual is as guilty as he looks? For couldn’t he be feeling sick because of natural maladies; why put guilt in its place just because he looks ill?
Pictures captured or drawn out of some descriptive perspective would always lead to captures of criminals from long ago up to now. A likeness will always implicate the one perceived guilty rather than prove innocence by that portrait?