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Bella Wallpaper

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I've made a wallpaper for the heart-stopping, must-see independent film Bella.

four sizes: 1600 x 1200 | 1440 x 900 | 1280 x 1024 | 1024 x 768

Heheheh... Have just been flicking back through some archives, and stumbled upon a post that I wrote one year ago today.  Here's a quick excerpt,

"I made a mental note to myself. Tell the girl to be there on time. The groom was standing up the front there, so self-confident, carefree, bullet-proof. Subsequent to his marrying his wife, the groom would tell me that those moments had been torture, his stomach clenched like a fist, *censored*. You did fine, looked so calm. I told him. And it was true, he had looked right in his element. Wiping imaginary tears away from behind unclouded glasses, winking at the mother-in-law to be, joking with the best man, smiling at the congregation, smiling at no-one. Yes, that's it, the poor beggar was scared to death. His act had fooled everyone but those whom he had admitted the truth too. Good on him, but to heck with that for a joke. - Wedding

And here's a link to some New Zealand Flag wallpapers I made a while back.

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Blogger Rivers Daughter said...

Hee hee, I read and enjoyed that post on the wedding a year ago. I thought of it this weekend because my older sister got married, finally! But she and her husband switched things up a bit, she walked down the aisle with both parents and then turned and waited for him. They wanted to better portray Christ Jesus and His bride. It turned out quite lovely, except some people were a little confused as to when to stand up.

5:24 am, September 03, 2008 
Blogger Andy Moore said...

Wow... (adds page to bookmarks) that's a great idea. I'm always keen to break a new societal norm! ;)

12:11 pm, September 03, 2008 
Blogger Rivers Daughter said...

Oh good break those norms, it got really annoying to have people keep saying "but umm you don't do that at a wedding!", oh brother.

We actually knocked a few more down. The brides-maids walked as a group of four (instead of one by one), and we walk a happy, upbeat dirges for us. And (note my last blog post) we skipped the whole brides-maid-ugly-expensive-dress thing by just wearing clothes we had. Two black skirts, two pink skirts, white shirts around waalaa! Lovely, cheap, happy bride, happy brides-maids.

2:51 am, September 04, 2008 

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