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The Black Dog
Germanshepherd, Animals, Black Dogs, German Shepherds, German Shepard, Black Wolves
This dog was adopted from an animal shelter. Black dogs are so special. A purebred Belgian Shepherd without a Doubt! So intelligent, so loving. The Belgian may be distinguished from the short-haired black German Shepherd by its long silky fur & 'lion's mane' (here contained somewhat by a collar). Studies find that statistically, black dogs are euthanized more than any other. Why? How sad.
black german shepherd... have a German shepard not full black but still kept the darker Color, love him
This dog was adopted from an animal shelter. Black dogs are so special. A pure bred Belgian Shepherd, without a Doubt! Several studies find that statistically, black dogs are euthanized more than any other. Why? How sad.
Black dog. Dogs are perfectly suited to serve as a Familiar Spirit animal for a Crafter. (animals, witchcraft)
Black dogs and cats are least likely to be adopted and more prone to be euthanized due to superstition. Please be kind to all animals and adopt black dogs and cats.
This is such a beautiful dog! A black German Shepard, I'm pretty sure!
a hideous thing inside on imgfave
WOW .. A wolf dog...
As seen at the Museum Hotel. Wellington, NZ
Grim, Museums, Wellington
Nayenezgani 1904, Edward Curtis
Navajo, American Indians, Edward Curtis, Nativeamerican, Art, People, Photo, Native American
This is a 1904 portrait of a Navajo dressed as the deity Nayenezgani, the god of sadness and nightmare fuel, we're assuming. Presumably this was part of a revenge plot -- white people took aboriginal land, so the natives took away their ability to sleep. In some photos, it looks like a person is having his face swallowed by a randomly appearing black hole.
Here we present a rare image of #Nayenezgani. It was taken in 1904 by Edward S. Curtis. The image shows Nayenezgani, a Navajo deity, full-length portrait, facing front, wearing body paints and other adornments. We have created this collection of images primarily to serve as an easy to access educational tool. Contact email@example.com. #NativeAmerican
Navajo Witch - Look up "Skinwalkers" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Witch_(Navajo). Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow.
Some Navajo also believe that skinwalkers have the ability to steal the “skin” or body of a person. The Navajo believe that if you lock eye...
Navajo skinwalker: the Yenaldlooshii - In some Native American legends, a skin-walker is a person with the supernatural ability to turn into any animal he or she desires. Similar lore can be found in cultures throughout the world and is often referred to as shapeshifting by anthropologists.
Yenaldlooshi, as the Navajo call Skinwalkers, literally means “it that walks/travels like an animal – He who trots along here and there on all fours.”
Native American Edward Curtis Navaho Nayenezgani | Explore g… | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Native American Shapeshifters Skinwalkers | Navajo Gods
Native American Indian , Edward S Curtis
Books. Vice. Skull.
Skulls, Books, Book Art, Book Sculpture, Human Skull, Skull Carved
Human Skull Carved from Books Artist Maskull Lasserre has created an impressively intricate sculpture of the human skull with old computer manuals. Although the piece may seem macabre to some, Lasserre’s intention is to make use out of outdated books, which no longer serve him.
Incarnate (Three Degrees of Certainty II) by Maskull Lasserre -- A skull carved into old computer manuals representing the death of the printed manual
A Skull of Books - Work by artist Maskull Lasserre. Incarnate (Three Degrees of Certainty II) is nearly perfect rendering of a human skull from a thick stack of outdated computer manuals. Looking at these particular titles I can’t help but think these books have been called to a much higher purpose. Christopher Jobson
Skull carved into books by Maskull Lasserre Incarnate (Three Degrees of Certainty II) work in progress Incarnate (Three Degrees of Certainty II) work in progress Incarnate (Three Degrees of Certainty II) Human skull carved into old software manuals 2012 40 x 8 x 11 inches
A skull carved from book pages created by Maskull Lasserre . Note that these books are actually old computer manuals.
Incarnate (Three Degrees of Certainty II) by Maskull Lasserre | A perfect human skull carved from a thick stack of obsolete computer manuals. #paper #carving #art
Human Skull Carved from Books - My Modern Metropolis . . . old computer manuals WERE harmed in this process. 8-)
Skull carved into old software manuals - MaskullLasserre
A Skull of Books sculpture books art anatomy