Wednesday, April 27, 2005



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Photographer: Dheepak Ra

Itsn't it the speaker's fault, if he allows the audience's focus to drift?

This picture was an unintentional, casual shot. But now I wonder

Isnt it my fault that the dog isnt focussing on me?
Isnt it the dog's fault that the picture has focus on the ground instead of the theme?

Well atleast you are focusing on this series and that is what matters ;-)

- Dheepak Ra


Blogger ShastriX said...

Heck, I found myself yawning even before the entire photo was displayed. What is this intricate yawn connection between mammals? Can we call it the yawning gap till we figure it out?

Also, as someone observed, there's no such thing as a bad audience. You must have asked for it, Dheepak ;-)

4/28/2005 12:18 AM  
Blogger Baejaar said...

The perfect place to fill up the "yawning gap" in knowledge is by conducting research in Seminars. Even in classrooms there arent so many yawns as there is in these seminars/talks by high profiles speakers (wish they had the audience in mind)

4/28/2005 12:25 AM  
Blogger npriya said...

for the first time, iam not at all impressed to see ur blog today. It was a disappointment..:-(

4/28/2005 1:15 AM  
Blogger Baejaar said...

Normally I reserve friday for casual post. Since tomorrow, I am planning to put a snap from one of the readers, I had pushed this up to Thursday. Anyway point noted - will try to improve.

4/28/2005 1:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

potrait photos

4/28/2005 2:20 AM  
Blogger Baejaar said...

Some of the snaps are too good there. Though I couldnt read the text - the pictures more than made up for it.

And thats an interesting url too.

4/28/2005 2:34 AM  

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