We had gone out the night before and didn’t get enough sleep. We pulled ourselves together got some Tim Hortons and made it out to the park. We ended up filming for 4 – 5 hours luckily it wasn’t the coldest day! It was a pretty fun experience to see a story board go from paper to film.
This is how it turned out:
Follow these for your best look.
12 Rules in tanning:
1. You look good; show some skin.
2. The sun moves; follow it.
3. Raccoons are rodents; take your sunglasses off.
4. White thighs are white lies; pull your shorts up.
5. Don’t cast shadows; your friends won’t tan right.
6. You’re not a lobster-red skin is dead skin; put some lotion on.
7. Human’s don’t shed skin-put some aloe on and don’t be a snake.
8. Keep the oil in the kitchen; use sunscreen.
9. Get wet; the best tans are achieved in the water.
10. Oranges are for eating; stay away from bronzers.
11. 11 to 2 figure it out.
12. Working out before you tan? Refer to rule number one.
Enjoy your Christmas break!
Do you ever want to just fly away…?
Fly away with the birds and feel weightless with the astronauts…
This is one of my favourite quotes;
“It has been said something as small as the flutter of a butterfly’s wing can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway around the world. – Chaos Theory ”
I secretly like the movie and the idea that whatever you do can have an affect on something half way across the world just makes you think about every action you make. Relating to the movie, “The butterfly effect is a metaphor that encapsulates the concept of sensitive dependence on initial conditions in chaos theory; namely that small differences in the initial condition of a dynamical system may produce large variations in the long term behavior of the system. The butterfly effect is a common trope in fiction when presenting scenarios involving time travel and with “what if” cases where one storyline diverges at the moment of a seemingly minor event resulting in two significantly different outcomes.”
Relating to math, “Recurrence, the approximate return of a system towards its initial conditions, together with sensitive dependence on initial conditions are the two main ingredients for chaotic motion. They have the practical consequence of making complex systems, such as the weather, difficult to predict past a certain time range (approximately a week in the case of weather), since it is impossible to measure the starting atmospheric conditions completely accurately.”