Eldritch - eerie; weird; spooky. Origin: Eldritch is of uncertain origin, but the earlier elrich is equivalent to the Old English el- meaning "foreign, strange, uncanny" and rīce meaning "kingdom"; hence “of a strange country, pertaining to the Otherworld.”
atticism: concise and elegant expression, diction, or the like. the style or idiom of Attic Greek occurring in another dialect or language. attachment to Athens or to the style, customs, etc., of the Athenians.
Henri Cartier-Bresson [...] helped to define photographic modernism, using a handheld camera to snatch beguiling images from fleeting moments of everyday life. After World War II he turned to photojournalism, and the magic and mystery of his early work gave way to an equally uncanny clarity and completeness. Before the dominance of television, most people saw the world through the [...]
She's accepting of a lot & will give people a chance; she has a high curiosity level (that sometimes gets her in trouble); she tries her best to not be clingy, especially with her mate and expects the same in return; she's independent and original; boring people annoy her; she likes experiencing things life has to offer; she'll always go with her point of view; her wrath is crazy