Wednesday, 5 December 2012

Life of Delia

The protagonist in our literary department, Delia, is still recovering from a rather severe migraine when I took this photograph of her in her recovery position. Well somehow the camera shifted settings to HDR and I took the auto bracketed photo without a tripod. But somehow the photo depicts the right mood for a recovering migraine Delia.

The day seemed to drag along, but I was looking forward to my evening at the movies. We had put our names down to see a free movie called the End of Watch and I was looking forward to putting my feet up. In the foyer of Nu Metro at Montecasino, we bump into Mark and Guinevere; they were going to see another free movie called the Life of Pi based on the book with the same name by author Yann Martel. 5 minutes into our movie we got up and went to see Pi rather as ours was a load of rubbish but was pleasantly surprised with the Life of Pi. The movie is very spiritual and as it says in the movie, it is a story that will make you believe in God. The Life of Pi explores the life of an Indian boy, Pi Patel, in a spiritual way as he tells the story of how he is ship wrecked with a Bengal Tiger called Richard Parker. I think Delia might like this movie, if only I can keep the camera still.

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