Photographing the Wrinkles

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Gaurav Chingale, Aug 13, 2013.

  1. Photographing the Wrinkles has always been my personal longing. I always feel that every wrinkle has a great story behind its presence. The state of penury and senility is a disastrous combination. Hope is the only thing which keeps her alive, pushing day after day.
     
    Gaurav Chingale, Aug 13, 2013
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    Robert Coe Guest

    Photographing the Wrinkles has always been my personal longing. I always
    : feel that every wrinkle has a great story behind its presence. The state
    : of penury and senility is a disastrous combination. Hope is the only thing
    : which keeps her alive, pushing day after day.

    Unless you stopped and talked to her (and maybe even if you did), how do you
    know she's senile? And the bizarre look of the wrinkles in her skin looks like
    the product of gross oversharpening to me.

    Bob
     
    Robert Coe, Aug 17, 2013
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    Joel Guest


    Great story and it seems like you may need at least one wrinkle on the In
    The Name Of The Father to impress someone
     
    Joel, Aug 28, 2013
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    Mort Guest


    When the actress Bette Davis was asked by her movie studio President to
    have her wrinkles removed, she replied, "No, I earned those wrinkles."
    They stayed.

    Mort Linder
     
    Mort, Sep 1, 2013
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