It’s amazing how shadows can affect how we perceive a person’s face. Take a look at these two photos of Roman_hertz. In the first, the light above his head darkens the lower third of his face and his eyes, giving him a stoic look. As if he just stepped forward out of the darkness.
Now look at this second photo. From what I can tell, his facial expression hasn’t changed, but the angle of the light has. The stoicism from before has now been replaced by a look of longing. He wants to be in the light, as he has been in the darkness for so long. He’s also wary, as the light is new, and unfamiliar.
Of course it doesn’t hurt that he’s a good looking fellow, with a great assortment of transdermal and subdermal implants.