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Art doesn’t just have to be beautiful rainbows, sunshine and kittens – there is true art and beauty in horror as well. Chsristopher McKenney, a U.S.-based conceptual photographer, understands this perfectly. His dark and twisted surreal photography creates scenes that exist on the boundary between terror and beauty.
The figures in McKenney’s photography seem to be trapped between worlds – some are bisected by floating portals, while others exist only covered by ghostly shrouds. And each is a small but poignant piece of art filled with symbolism and meaning that each of us can interpret for ourselves.
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The Faceless People In Chris McKenney’s Photos Will Give you Nightmares

Art doesn’t just have to be beautiful rainbows, sunshine and kittens – there is true art and beauty in horror as well. Chsristopher McKenney, a U.S.-based conceptual photographer, understands this perfectly. His dark and twisted surreal photography creates scenes that exist on the boundary between terror and beauty.
The figures in McKenney’s photography seem to be trapped between worlds – some are bisected by floating portals, while others exist only covered by ghostly shrouds. And each is a small but poignant piece of art filled with symbolism and meaning that each of us can interpret for ourselves.
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Many people say that cats aren’t as affectionate with their owners as dogs, but these cats definitely look like exceptions to this rule. We collected this list of cats waiting by windows for their owners to return to show you that cats can also show us love and affection in their own way.
Various scientific studies have shown that cats are probably less attached to us than we are to them – one study showed that a cat briefly separated from and then reunited with its owner will not run to them the same way that a toddler or a dog will. However, most cat owners (including myself) have plenty of anecdotal evidence that their cats love them – from purring morning headbutts and paw massages to gruesome gifts of mice and birds.
Image credits: Milos Jovanovic
Image credits: Anna Kryczkowska
Image credits: unknown
Image credits: Susanne Stoop
Image credits: André Viegas
Image credits: Justyna Zduńczyk
Source: pt.hallpic.com
Image credits: Sarah Jane
Source: ihdval
Image credits: Aleksey Ivanov
Image credits: Roto Fam
Image credits: Jennifer MacNeill
Image credits: Jennifer MacNeill
Source: naturehd
Image credits: rustyjaw
Image credits: Ben Torode
Image credits: Francesco Nardi
Source: drunov
Image credits: Igor Pereira
Image credits: whitneybee
Image credits: Mark Williams
Image credits: Laura Ascaso
Image credits: Lyndsay Jobe
Image credits: Mattheo Nathan
Image credits: Val D’Aquila
Image credits: Woosra Kim
Image credits: Ukesh
Image credits: [serj]
Image credits: screativeimage.com
Image credits: Mel s away
Image credits: Benjamin Torode

30 Melancholic Cats Waiting For Their Humans To Return

Many people say that cats aren’t as affectionate with their owners as dogs, but these cats definitely look like exceptions to this rule. We collected this list of cats waiting by windows for their owners to return to show you that cats can also show us love and affection in their own way.
Various scientific studies have shown that cats are probably less attached to us than we are to them – one study showed that a cat briefly separated from and then reunited with its owner will not run to them the same way that a toddler or a dog will. However, most cat owners (including myself) have plenty of anecdotal evidence that their cats love them – from purring morning headbutts and paw massages to gruesome gifts of mice and birds.
Image credits: Milos Jovanovic
Image credits: Anna Kryczkowska
Image credits: unknown
Image credits: Susanne Stoop
Image credits: André Viegas
Image credits: Justyna Zduńczyk
Source: pt.hallpic.com
Image credits: Sarah Jane
Source: ihdval
Image credits: Aleksey Ivanov
Image credits: Roto Fam
Image credits: Jennifer MacNeill
Image credits: Jennifer MacNeill
Source: naturehd
Image credits: rustyjaw
Image credits: Ben Torode
Image credits: Francesco Nardi
Source: drunov
Image credits: Igor Pereira
Image credits: whitneybee
Image credits: Mark Williams
Image credits: Laura Ascaso
Image credits: Lyndsay Jobe
Image credits: Mattheo Nathan
Image credits: Val D’Aquila
Image credits: Woosra Kim
Image credits: Ukesh
Image credits: [serj]
Image credits: screativeimage.com
Image credits: Mel s away
Image credits: Benjamin Torode

 

Indian teenager is worshipped because he has a seven inch TAIL - but may need it removed as he's unable to walk

  • Arshid Ali Khan has been hailed a reincarnation of the Hindu god Hanuman
  • Local people believe their wishes will come true if they visit him
  • But, Arshid is considering surgery to remove the tail and help him walk
  • He has not been formally diagnosed but could have a type of spina bifida
Published: 13:14 GMT, 17 June 2014 | Updated: 14:29 GMT, 17 June 2014
An Indian teenager is worshipped as a god because he has a 7ins 'tail'.
Arshid Ali Khan, 13, has become a divine symbol in the state of Punjab.
Locals have hailed him a reincarnation of the Hindu monkey god Hanuman - and refer to him as Balaji.


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An Indian boy - Arshid Ali Khan, 13 - is worshipped in the state of Punjab because he has a 7in 'tail'
However, Arshid has to use a wheelchair and he is considering having the 'tail' removed.
He said: 'This tail has been given to me by God. I am worshipped because I pray to god and the wishes of people come true.
'I feel neither good nor bad about having a tail.'
Arshid lives with his grandfather, Iqbal Qureshi, and two uncles, after his father died when he was four and his mother remarried.


Locals have hailed Arshid a human reincarnation of the Hindu monkey god Hanuman
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Locals have hailed Arshid a human reincarnation of the Hindu monkey god Hanuman
Some people believe that if they worship Arshid their wishes will come true
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Some people believe that if they worship Arshid their wishes will come true
Mr Qureshi, a music instructor, said: 'When he spoke for the first time at the age on one all he spoke was the names of Gods from different religions.
'It was that day I realised that he had something divine and godly about him.'

WHY DOES ARSHID HAVE A TAIL?

Arshid's condition has not been formally diagnosed.
But, doctors have suggested his walking problems could be caused by brittle bones.
Others believe his tail and partial paralysis could be a sign that he has a form of spina bifida called meningocele.
This develops when membranes poke through a hole between the vertebrae in the back.
He added: 'It does not matter whether we are Muslims or Hindus, I think there is just one path for spiritualism.'
Arshid's home has been converted into a temple where his devotees come to visit him to receive his blessings and touch his 'tail'.
'A lot of people's wishes have come true after they have visited,' claimed Mr Qureshi.
'Sometimes there are childless couples who come to Balaji for help. He blesses them, and often they are then able to conceive.'
However, Arshid often struggles to balance his time with his faithful devotees and attending school and playing with his friends.
He said: 'Mostly on weekdays I have to go to school but when I have a school holiday on Sunday around 20 to 30 people come to see me at my home.'
He added: 'No one teases me. Everybody wants to see my tail and so they keep asking.'
Arshid struggles to walk and is considering having the 'tail' surgically removed
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Arshid struggles to walk and is considering having the 'tail' surgically removed
Arshid said: 'This tail has been given to me by God. I am worshipped because I pray to god and the wishes of people come true. I feel neither good nor bad about having a tail'
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Arshid said: 'This tail has been given to me by God. I am worshipped because I pray to god and the wishes of people come true. I feel neither good nor bad about having a tail'
Despite his supposed powers, Arshid has to use a wheelchair and suffers from an undiagnosed disorder.
Some doctors in India have told the family it is down to brittle bones while others have said it is due to the 'tail' growth protruding from his spine.
Others have suggested he has a form of spina bifida called meningocele.
This develops when membranes poke through a hole between the vertebrae, and it can lead to partial paralysis.
This month he is due to see a doctor who has said he can successfully remove the appendage - but his family are sceptical and say they would rather he kept his tail than undertake a risky operation.
Arshid (pictured as a child with his grandmother) has not been formally diagnosed but could have spina bifida
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Arshid (pictured as a child with his grandmother) has not been formally diagnosed but could have spina bifida

But Mr Qureshi said: 'It is for Balaji to decide. If he wants to get the tail removed, we do not mind.
'He has trouble walking and so we are asking doctors what can be done.'
As for Arshid, he does not believe the removal of the tail will stop the crowds flocking to his house for blessings.
He said: 'Doctors can remove my tail - but people will continue to believe in me.'

Indian Boy With A Tail

 

Indian teenager is worshipped because he has a seven inch TAIL - but may need it removed as he's unable to walk

  • Arshid Ali Khan has been hailed a reincarnation of the Hindu god Hanuman
  • Local people believe their wishes will come true if they visit him
  • But, Arshid is considering surgery to remove the tail and help him walk
  • He has not been formally diagnosed but could have a type of spina bifida
Published: 13:14 GMT, 17 June 2014 | Updated: 14:29 GMT, 17 June 2014
An Indian teenager is worshipped as a god because he has a 7ins 'tail'.
Arshid Ali Khan, 13, has become a divine symbol in the state of Punjab.
Locals have hailed him a reincarnation of the Hindu monkey god Hanuman - and refer to him as Balaji.


+6
An Indian boy - Arshid Ali Khan, 13 - is worshipped in the state of Punjab because he has a 7in 'tail'
However, Arshid has to use a wheelchair and he is considering having the 'tail' removed.
He said: 'This tail has been given to me by God. I am worshipped because I pray to god and the wishes of people come true.
'I feel neither good nor bad about having a tail.'
Arshid lives with his grandfather, Iqbal Qureshi, and two uncles, after his father died when he was four and his mother remarried.


Locals have hailed Arshid a human reincarnation of the Hindu monkey god Hanuman
+6
Locals have hailed Arshid a human reincarnation of the Hindu monkey god Hanuman
Some people believe that if they worship Arshid their wishes will come true
+6
Some people believe that if they worship Arshid their wishes will come true
Mr Qureshi, a music instructor, said: 'When he spoke for the first time at the age on one all he spoke was the names of Gods from different religions.
'It was that day I realised that he had something divine and godly about him.'

WHY DOES ARSHID HAVE A TAIL?

Arshid's condition has not been formally diagnosed.
But, doctors have suggested his walking problems could be caused by brittle bones.
Others believe his tail and partial paralysis could be a sign that he has a form of spina bifida called meningocele.
This develops when membranes poke through a hole between the vertebrae in the back.
He added: 'It does not matter whether we are Muslims or Hindus, I think there is just one path for spiritualism.'
Arshid's home has been converted into a temple where his devotees come to visit him to receive his blessings and touch his 'tail'.
'A lot of people's wishes have come true after they have visited,' claimed Mr Qureshi.
'Sometimes there are childless couples who come to Balaji for help. He blesses them, and often they are then able to conceive.'
However, Arshid often struggles to balance his time with his faithful devotees and attending school and playing with his friends.
He said: 'Mostly on weekdays I have to go to school but when I have a school holiday on Sunday around 20 to 30 people come to see me at my home.'
He added: 'No one teases me. Everybody wants to see my tail and so they keep asking.'
Arshid struggles to walk and is considering having the 'tail' surgically removed
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Arshid struggles to walk and is considering having the 'tail' surgically removed
Arshid said: 'This tail has been given to me by God. I am worshipped because I pray to god and the wishes of people come true. I feel neither good nor bad about having a tail'
+6
Arshid said: 'This tail has been given to me by God. I am worshipped because I pray to god and the wishes of people come true. I feel neither good nor bad about having a tail'
Despite his supposed powers, Arshid has to use a wheelchair and suffers from an undiagnosed disorder.
Some doctors in India have told the family it is down to brittle bones while others have said it is due to the 'tail' growth protruding from his spine.
Others have suggested he has a form of spina bifida called meningocele.
This develops when membranes poke through a hole between the vertebrae, and it can lead to partial paralysis.
This month he is due to see a doctor who has said he can successfully remove the appendage - but his family are sceptical and say they would rather he kept his tail than undertake a risky operation.
Arshid (pictured as a child with his grandmother) has not been formally diagnosed but could have spina bifida
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Arshid (pictured as a child with his grandmother) has not been formally diagnosed but could have spina bifida

But Mr Qureshi said: 'It is for Balaji to decide. If he wants to get the tail removed, we do not mind.
'He has trouble walking and so we are asking doctors what can be done.'
As for Arshid, he does not believe the removal of the tail will stop the crowds flocking to his house for blessings.
He said: 'Doctors can remove my tail - but people will continue to believe in me.'

 
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