Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

The 99p wedding dress: Bride with an eye for a bargain snaps ...

Daily Mail-Jul. 26, 2009
Most new brides would rather draw a veil over the exorbitant cost of their wedding dress. But thrifty Suzanne Daniel doesn't mind who knows how much she paid ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from People Magazine

Mark Wahlberg Gets Married!

People Magazine-Aug. 1, 2009
Wahlberg donned a dark suit and the bride wore a white strapless Marchesa dress with silver embroidery and a Neil Lane diamond-and-platinum cushion-cut ...

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Little Bo Peep bride marries in stunning dress made of wool ...

Daily Mail-Aug. 7, 2009
Mrs Fairburn added: 'I wanted this dress to look like any other wedding dress and for people not to realise it was wool until they got close and that's what we ...
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Handbags at dawn: Shoppers jostle for bargains in £1billion ...

Daily Mail-Dec. 26, 2009
According to shoppers at Gucci, where £500 handbags, shoes and other goods were being sold at half price, a police van and four patrol cars raced to the scene ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

against-unnatural respectively curved lines of the arch;
obeying the desire up high and narrow iconostasis, these images sometimes
excessively lengthened: head turns disproportionately small
compared to the torso; the last becomes unnaturally narrow in the shoulders,
which emphasizes the ascetic islinenote all shape. Eye,
brought up on realistic painting, it always seems that these slender
the rows of linear figures going around the main image too closely"
This is what concerns the "geometry" of shapes; as for their
"architecture", the E. Trubetskoy finds another semiotic principle,
saying that "the more difficult the untrained eye accustomed to the extraordinary
symmetry these beautiful lines. Not only in temples -- in a separate
icons, where are grouped many of the saints-there is some architectural
the center, which coincides with the center of the ideological. And around this centre will certainly
in the same amount and often the same poses are on both sides
saints. The role of the architectural center around which this is going
the many faces of the Cathedral, is the Saviour, the virgin, the --Sophia
The Wisdom Of God. Sometimes, for the sake of symmetry, the Central image
razdvoitsya. So, in the ancient image of the Eucharist Christ is depicted in
the twins, on the one hand giving the apostles bread, and on the other hand -- Holy
bowl. And to him both parties are moving symmetrical rows of monotonous
curved and tilted him to the apostles" (Ibid.P. 233-234).
Altogether, E. Trubetskoy refers to the concept of "architectural
icons", by which it means the Cathedral painting -- "in the supremacy
architectural lines over the human form, which it is seen
is expressed humans the idea of the Cathedral, the predominance of the universal over
individual. Here man ceases to be self-sufficient identity and
subject to the General architecture of the whole" (ibid. P. 234).
Hence the symbolism of iconography, as this
collegiality does not reflect the present day and the future of humanity. Therefore,
how interesting remarks of E. Trubetskoi, icons can not be written with the living
people. "Icon -- not a portrait, but a prototype of the future temple of humanity. And,
because of this humanity we do not yet see in the present sinner