West Bently said it once: A reflection of an exact image is the closest thing to you-so that you can see it-but it's far enough away so that you really understand it.
This shot was never intentional (believe me). I am far from being a Narcissist (there's nothing much to photograph about me). But I like the idea of hitting two birds with one stone. I am supposed to feature "structures" this week i.e. roads, steels, and doors (my favorite). Basically, all the mundane stuff. Instead, I end up with this particular window (with me in it). Nice spot, don't you think?
This window is special (for me at least). It's located at the rooftop of my office. I often go there during my breaks (my self annouced break to be exact). My boss knows that I am taking my break when he sees me going up to the roof, with a cup of coffee on my right hand and lighter in the other.
I watched the movie, Driving Lessons (with Rupert Grint in it) last Saturday. It's your usual coming-of-age type of film but surprisingly, I enjoyed it. Edinburgh was featured in the film. I haven't been there but I like what I saw. It looks cold and green. Huge and well structured. Every building seems to be in their right places. The film is British and there's no subtitle, so I got difficulty with the accent. But I loved it. Wudya leysen mayte!
Then after that, I watched Man Push Cart. Now, this you have to see. Don't expect too much but this indie film is worth the time. It's about a Pakistani guy who sells coffee and donuts on the streets of New York. The plot is teasing enough for another bite. But if you're a fast-phased, pro-climax type of moviegoer, then forget I even mentioned this film. Ayt.