Glad I reached here first.A place in the clouds with you written all over it. Maybe those umbrellas are meant to be as tiny as they are in this skyscraper-world. I still stay grounded like I've got vertigo, anyway. :)I don't know what the 'lighting up' involves, though.
i loved the cell phone line... and love the (c) b e d a t r i
it takes away from the photo but i just wanted to avoid weird people who whack off pictures and pass them off as their own
I Luvd the pic!so bootiful!!! :)
Nice pic. Nicer piece. Trust me you haven't missed out on much. At first most people are in awe of the stupendous graphics of Inception and the whole idea of dream stealing. But a film is much more than that. Inception failed to touch me. very form of art has to touch me. Be it Starry Nights or Moonlight Sonata or La Notte or City lights or even a country roads! Neither did Inception raise any question nor did it gave me splendid afterthoughts.
and i'm sure every moment spent was worth it. and the cellphone part. :)
Love the picture, and the writing.But you should watch Inception. It's worth it for the concept and the graphics, if nothing else.And Alice in Wonderland wasn't anything great.Love the post. Reminds me of how long it's been since I've seen the sea.<3
Bedatri likes/liked Alice in Wonderland. Period.and @Neel, what can one do to you for even mentioning 'City Lights' alongside trash like something Nolan wakes up with? That's some finesse alright, tossing names in just to boost credibility.No offence.
@k: neel was not tossing names,really.he was citing examples of art that has touched him and no one has any right to comment on that.it is a personal thing.just like Alice is, to me.we cant and shouldnt dismiss anyone's likes as name tossing. atleast not on my blog.p.s: "no offence"
@b, I apologize merely if I had offended you, the 'you' factor being important, this being your blog. And the 'Alice..' comment was in response to magically bored, on your blog.Sorry, once again.P.S. 'Moonlight Sonata'? Okay, I rest my case.
yes i love Moonlight Sonata.you dont,i'm guessing?in that case,i'm glad you rested your case.and it's absolutely normal to not like Alice,as much as it is to like her.
That wasn't the case, it was just (again) the comparison between a movie and music.I don't dislike the 'Moonlight Sonata', as much as I can say.
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