Granted, we're a little biased: We think the human face is one of the loveliest sights on earth. So what could be better than 500 faces of every stripe, etched with experience or spanking-new, exuberant, distracted, princely, pouty, or serene? In Global Faces
(Glitterati), photographer, adventurer, and Hearst publishing executive Michael Clinton shows us smiles and frowns and furrows from seven continents, each face expressing some "nuance of their culture." Clinton snaps statues and animals, too; even a tortoise can be a ham.