8th December 2012 to 17th June 2013. For 6 months and 10 days I served on board the vessel M.V Lyttelton. This 40,000 MT , 183m long bulker was my home, my house, my protector in the wild sea and my playground. I had some profound memories in it and some really disgusting ones too. Living with 20 men for such a period of time under single roof does create an emotional bonding an intimate situation not only with the people but also with the superstructure itself. This is a very personal and emotional sets of pictures for me. It is a testament of my psychological condition at that time and the emotional attachment with these people. This project is a continuous one and I have the intention to carry this out through the my entire sea life.