She was the observer, not us, which she underlined by bringing out a camera and photographing the upturned crowd.
Tears were so ready and came first into my closed eyes and then spilled vividly on my upturned—by him—cheeks.
Atop her head sat an upturned, dented little metal bucket—recycling turned into millinery.
But, as the crinkled and upturned noses of the techie rich attest, the city has an abundance of street people.
Then I peered down close into his upturned face and fierce eyes, and the truth flashed upon me at once.
Reaching at length the shore, they first covered their goods with the upturned canoe.
Hardly knowing why he did so, he laid his hands in hers and looked kindly down to her upturned face.
And Hartmann was raining kisses on her hair, her eyes, her upturned face.
Finally Moeller climbed upon the upturned boat, where he lay listening to the shrieks of his companions.
Her upturned face was white and drawn as he stooped over her.