This is one of the series of new photos of Czech model and former Miss Eva Čerešňáková,
covered only by newspaper clippings. The cute, chaste, decent and tasteful sepia tinted photo by Jakub Ludvík,
make-up and styling by Hana Jusová.
Courtesy of iDnes.cz.
P. S. Eva Čerešňáková (pronounced CHE-rash-nya-ko-vuh) isn't exactly the name that could be used by an international celebrity. But, on the one hand, there are artists, such as the famous Thai/American composer, conductor and SF writer Somtow Sucharitkul,
who later on shortened his name to S. P. Somtow.
And on the other hand, people such as the well-known American psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
(pronounced ME-hi CHICK-sent-me-hi-ee), the author of "Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience." Title of this book was translated into the Czech as "On Happiness and Meaning of Life." I can still remember, when asking for the book, the elderly lady assistant shouted in her sonorous voice, so that her colleague, back in the repository, could hear her, 'Do we have the happiness and meaning of life?' At that moment all the customers at the bookshop turned around and looked at me, obviously an village idiot not acquainted with such basic concepts. And at that very moment, I just wanted to be invisible, or to be somewhere else, far from this 'madding crowd.' O boy...
P. P. S. There was still another, almost identical, most embarassing situation, when you could hear the proverbial falling pin. That time it concerned a book by a Russian writer named, I kid you not, Vaginov. I don't need to say more... Oh woe me!