Our Lady of Sorrows

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Wooden carving of Virgin of the Seven Sorrows and Mother of all those who cry displayed inside church in Spain
A wooden carving of “Virgen de los siete dolores y Madre de todos los que lloran” (Virgin of the Seven Sorrows and Mother of all those who cry) by Spanish artist Francisco Romero Zafra, is displayed in a church in Seville, Spain, Aug. 9. (CNS photo/Marcelo del Pozo, Reuters) (Aug. 9, 2013)

Daisies [1967]

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Athens, Georgia – For tonight’s viewing pleasure, Věra Chytilová’s Daisies [1967]. I stumbled upon this film while researching images for an entirely different film by a completely different director. This kicky piece is non-linear in plot as well as visually arresting. The set designer and costume designer (if there was one) did a solid job. The various looks (the actresses adorn) are adorably timeless in that middle-to-late 1960s period of young womens’ fashion. The film’s featured performers, Jitka Cerhová and Ivana Karbanová, were non-pros who did a fantastic job as Marie I and Marie II, a pair of happy-go-lucky nihilists who con middle-aged men into piling them food and drink because the world is going to end eventually. Right?!

Many thanks to myself – for falling into another rando-Internet manhole of gold.

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oversized gray linen dress

black sunglasses with gold hardware

navy circular rope necklace with silver hardware

black geometric rope necklace

black digital wristwatch with rubber wristband

black vegan suede platform sandals