April 7, 2009

nescience \NESH-uhn(t)s; NESH-ee-uhn(t)s\,

noun:
Lack of knowledge or awareness; ignorance.


Today's word of the day features one of my roommates, Bryan. For those of you who may be confused about the influx of roommates I have with the name Bryan, I've only got two. Perhaps I should give you a little background about my usual models in this post.

Today's Bryan (also featured in spoonerism) moved in with us just a few months ago. He's great at Fifa '09 and sports a stylish mustache. Then, there's another Bryan (yes, both spell their names with a "y") who has lived here all along. We were roommates last year; he's a singer and designer and skinny lover (most famous work includes ululate). And then there's Josh, owner and operator of Silver Lining Brewry (based out of my kitchen). We've lived together since freshman year of college. His most important work was in inanition.

So for nescience today, I used the old Canon FL 55mm f/1.2 (from 1968-ish) featured in my very first post. It give the photo its signature ring of soft light around whatever it's "focused" on, likely because it's relatively ancient. But it give some great colors that I always enjoy.

It's beautiful out, so take some nescience photos, and send them to me in an email!

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