The Last Shot
"Please move a bit, I want click the perfect shot” shouted Rohan.
“Not again” I muttered.
“A little more”
“Not a single inch now!” I shouted back.
For the last fifteen minutes he has been trying to get a perfect shot of me with the sun setting in the background. I was tired and bored now and the heat made it worse for posing.
“OK!I will manage” said Rohan
The next thing I heard was a thud and his voice echoing in the valley
The rescue work started immediately but I could read in their face that there was little hope. We had come here on vacations and now I was all alone without him.
Unknown faces gathered around me to sympathize and talk about the accident. They were still searching for the body.
"Is this the same camera?" asked the police inspector in charge.
It took all my courage to nod my head.
“We will need this for evidence. You can keep this for the time being”
He handed me the camera. With shaking hands I held the camera. No more sure what to do. I scrolled through the pictures. This was the last shot.