ear-mark #4

Good lighting makes for good portraits
But bad lighting makes for better puns

13 Responses to “ear-mark #4”

  1. subtle_blues Says:

    lol. good one.

  2. manpreet Says:


  3. Anonymous Says:

    ooh.. its like the perfect one for a photographer!

  4. manpreet Says:

    hai naa! and for satirists, or whatever they call one who is in the business of punning.. ;)

  5. Anonymous Says:

    bad lighting makes for good life

  6. manpreet Says:

    hi.. thanks for the comment. i am not sure if it would make life good, but definitely a little more interesting..

    would u mind disclosing who you are?

  7. Anonymous Says:

    i was just playing with the idea of portraits v/s reality… keeping the good. :)

    I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together.

  8. angiasaa Says:

    If bad lighting were a pun intended,
    Good lighting would be a pun upended.. :)

  9. angiasaa Says:

    Hmmm…. How terribly exciting! Another stranger on the bus, trying to make his way home.

    Unfortunately, without a face, one falls out of almighty grace. Bless you. :)

  10. Anonymous Says:

    i have fallen from the almighty grace alright :)
    it not as bad as one might think.

  11. angiasaa Says:

    It’s dreadful! Especially if you’re a believer. But then, I’m not,so it does’nt scare me.

    Still.. Why do people post comments anonymously? It’s really “Ow!” and stuff. You should try Open-ID sometime. It’s like so cool!!

    They have a word for this, and it’s not so pleasant to hear.

    **shades eyes**

  12. Anonymous Says:

    anonymous was my favorite poet, until truth broke my heart. may be i am holding on in some way.

    and interestingly i don’t find it dreadful either.

  13. angiasaa Says:

    The thing about “Anonymous”, is that it could be just about anybody! My Boss, or my stalker of the last 16 years.. :( Indian IT Law is still juvenile and this would therefore not be breaching the restraining order, but it certainly causes a cupfuls of digital sweat. :)

    Then you, my friend, are a non-believer like me. But somehow, I think I’m a contradiction. Not so you. :)

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