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Dog Spelled Backwards

I am a spiritual person… but not in the traditional sense of the word.  However these amazing churches are enough to make me… well, go to church!

Iglesia de Santa Monica in Madrid, Spain looks like a cross between a sea barnacle and the little wonky-eyed monster you feared was under your bed when you were a kid.  And, what is up with that ominous sky?  Spoooooky! 

The new distorted window in St. Martin-in-the-Fields Church in London, England is intended to emulate the rippled image of a cross as if it were being reflected in water.  This window, designed by Shirazeh Houshiary, is part of a $36 million refurbishment of the church which was originally built back in 1726.   Check out more via The Guardian.


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I wish my office looked like the new MUSAC (Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y Leon.  If it did, I would probably skip to work.   


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Wanna Go to the Movies?

I love the unique perspective taken to market REC, a new Spanish horror flick. 

This trailer actually PROVES that the product will deliver on it’s promise… it doesn’t offer a lame guarantee or make a empty promise.

Although I don’t like scary movies (they haunt me), speak Spanish or know what this movie is about – I want to see this movie.  I’m sold.

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