Horror Photography by Joshua Hoffine

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Photographer Joshua Hoffine believes, that everyone is born with a certain fears, like the fear of the dark, or the fear to be eaten. However, these fears are losing strength as we grow up and they get lost in our subconscious.

In his photos, Hoffine tries to revive these fears and tells a horror story seen by child’s eyes. The result is terrifying and creepy. Fortunately, the whole picture comes alive after using Photoshop. So, no children were harmed during the photo shoot.

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Car mechanic, entertainer or monarch? King Bansah does it all

Photos by Mirka Laura Severa
Photos by Mirka Laura Severa

Monarch or auto mechanic? While many people would choose the first option, King Bansah decided to rule his country mostly online while working on his own car shop in Germany as a mechanic. His kingdom is over 6,000 kilometers away, on the west side of Africa, with over 200,000 citizens who depend on his decisions. Can he manage both?

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Frozen Pants Prank Goes Viral

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Cold Minnesota winter was the reason behind a new entertainment trend. Alleged starter of this trend was Minneapolis resident Tom Grotting. He soaked pants in a water and hang them outside so they would freeze. Then, he inserted frozen pants into the snow, took pictures of them and uploaded to his Facebook page. Now, other fellow residents are doing the same and post pictures with #frozenpants on social media.

Grotting began the now-tradition a few years ago when what was described as a Polar Vortex left Minneapolis with unbearably cold temperatures. “I mostly do it for my neighbor, Diane,” Grotting told ABC News. “The winter gets a little long and she doesn’t like winter very much so it’s mostly entertainment for Diane.” This year, Grotting’s frozen pants prank has gone viral after he posted photos to the neighborhood Facebook page, “I Love NE Minneapolis.”

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Manchester New Year Eve Madness Transformed Into Meme

Photo by Joel Goodman/M.E.N. via imgur.com
Photo by Joel Goodman/M.E.N. via imgur.com

The photo published by the Manchester Evening News January 1st edition, became the subject of jokes. The image of the drunk man lying on the pavement has turned into a new meme. Captured by freelance photographer Joel Goodman, picture quickly gained extraordinary popularity in social networks. The photo has been compared to the works of Renaissance art, and has been digitally enhanced to resemble one as well.

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