Weekend Captionfest: Photographers in Lebanon
"Okay, for this next shot, we're going to need you over here."
"Good use of ketchup on that corpse."
Actual Caption One:
Press photographer carries a elderly woman, as they walk through the rubble, after she spend more than a week in a shelter at the southern village of Aitaroun, Lebanon, site of the bloody weeklong seige of Hezbollah fighters by Israeli forces, Tuesday Aug. 1, 2006. Thousands of Lebanese took advantage of the lull to make a dash for safety further north, after weeks trapped in homes in the war zone, afraid to move because of intense missile strikes on roads. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
Actual Caption Two:
Egypt's Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit, left, looks at the photographs that Lebanese photographer Assaad Ahmad, right, took earlier in the southern suburbs of Beirut, upon his arrival at the Beirut international airport, Lebanon, Monday, Aug. 7, 2006, to attend the Arab foreign ministers meeting. (AP Photo / Hussein Malla)