Ghost Hand In Self Photo Essay

A woman has noticed a hand, which was neither hers nor the child’s  in a Photo taken by her.

Rationalists or the self-important scientists dismiss  this as the mechanism of the brain to look for patterns and brushed it aside.

To me, the photo appears to be genuine, unless it has been Photoshopped.

Peaches Geldof, the daughter of Live Aid organizer Bob Geldof,
Peaches Geldof, the daughter of Live Aid organizer Bob Geldof, Ghost

To the woman , as the Intelligent say, it might be the pattern of the brain for she is involved.

But why me, who is not involved and who can see t despite being it is because of the Brain Pattern.

In Psychological tests and Illusions, where more than one image is in the Picture and you see one, you will see both when you are told so or many a times you can identify them as such.

If Brain pattern principle is uniform everyone should see it or do not see it.

Ghost Images.


The story:

Peaches Geldof, the daughter of Live Aid organizer Bob Geldof, recently took a selfie of herself and her son Astala in the bath.

But when she looked at her picture, she noticed what looked like a mysterious third party: a translucent hand of what looks like a ghost just above her shoulder.

Geldof, 24, posted the spooky selfie on Instagram, and believes the haunting hand belongs to the spirit of a woman who committed suicide in her home 100 years ago after delivering a stillborn baby.

“The house was built in the 1920s by a rich man and his pregnant wife,” Geldorf said, according to the Daily Mail. ” However, his wife had a stillborn baby and was so grief-stricken she went mad. She apparently drowned herself in the bath.”

Geldof insists that the mystery hand is not hers. She wrote on Instagram:

Close up shot of the mystery ghost hand in pic I took of Astala and me In the bath!! And no that isn’t my hand — one of mine was round his waist to hold him during the photo, the other holding the camera to take the shot. Also the hand is around my shoulder so totally weird angle if I did it myself!! How terrifying!! I am shitting myself! #haunted #ghost”..

Whether the bizarre hand-life pattern is really paranormal remains to be seen, but it could just be an example of “pariedolia,” a word that means assigning meaning to patterns that are actually just visual “noise.”

In 2011, researchers at Northwestern University led by Joel Voss did a study showing that the human brain is wired to look for familiarity and meaning in the most abstract squiggles.

Here’s why: Our brains automatically identify similar objects and then organize them according to type. That’s why we can look at a baseball cap and a fedora and know right away that both are hats.



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Paranormal Photos

I am intrigued by Paranormal activity despite or it because of my background and interests.

Though Reason tells me it is difficult to prove to the satisfaction of others,  I Have experienced paranormal activity, like seeing a Man vanishing into thin air within my grip(literally), watching figures wafting down the closed Glass windows, I have blogged on these(Under Interesting and funny, Lifestyle)

I have posted from sources Videos and articles.

I came across some genuine amateur Photos at Documenting

I have secured the permission from th the site owner for posting material.

Here Below are interesting Photos.

One may remember that the Lady is no Conspiracy Theorist and seems to be genuinely astonished at the Photos.

‘I hadn’t realized there was a paranormal section until today!!! I would love to share a couple of my best photographs from investigations. I have been doing investigations since around the age of 15; in both private settings and as part of a collegiate team.

(Please note: I am VERY picky when it comes to the authenticity of paranormal photography. The few photos I am posting here are 100% not photoshopped; with the exception of the second one being zoomed.)
This first photo was taken at a small Ohio cemetery. There are three distinct blue orbs in it.

Paranormal Photo from a Cemetery.
Orbs in a Cemetery.
Paranormal Photo.
This second photo is the central most orb zoomed in by 13x.


Paranormal Photo.
This next photo was taken at a small cemetery in the western Pennsylvania area, near the Ohio border.


A Look At Self Photo Essay

A woman took photographs of herself and made them Public.

If we can see ourselves (not in the Mirror, though, when alone), as others see us, then most of our impressions, especially vanity will vanish.

I am sure I would not accept Me as I am as such!

Glad that there is no Technology as yet to reproduce Images with our feelings and Thoughts!

Story and Photos.

Like a million other college students on spring break, Jen Davis took a picture of herself and her friends while they were hanging out on a beach.

When she returned to school and developed the film, the results caught her off guard.

The image of Davis, titled Pressure Point, shows her larger, covered body seated on a towel while her thinner friends around her wear bikinis.

“I wanted to make a picture to see what that felt like,” Davis said about the moment on the beach. “I was shocked by the ability I had to kind of freeze that moment, to take a mundane but painful moment that was able to be described in the image.”

After that, Davis spent roughly a decade photographing herself, using her camera to shape her own sense of beauty and as a way to develop her vision as a photographer.

Much of that work included photographing herself in ordinary situations: eating, relaxing, showering, etc. Her self-portraits also explored a private, fantasy space that were inspired by a sense of longing, though Davis explained that the line between fantasy and reality—especially when using photography as a medium—is easily blurred.

“Some of the images are real genuine feelings, and others are things I wanted to experience, and I used the license of the camera. … I wanted to know what it felt like to be held by someone or to be with a man, and the camera allowed me to have that experience,” Davis explained.

The image 4 a.m. (2003), for example, was inspired by a lonely return home after a night with friends, many of whom were in relationships.

“I came home at 4 a.m. and made that picture at that instance of having that empty, yearning feeling,” she said. Fantasy No. 1 shows a similar experience, though this time with a “fantasy” man present.

While she was working on the images, Davis said she never thought about an audience or what it would be like to show the work. When she eventually did start to show it, some of the images were tough for her to share, but the exposure also allowed her to work through that sense of vulnerability and insecurity.

“I was able to deal with the emotion and vulnerable state and release it,” she said. But something else happened during the process: She became upset with herself for not changing her body, and showing her work spurred her to take action.

“It was kind of shocking, kind of painful to look at myself and to see myself evolving and growing and understanding a deeper sense of myself but my body not being able to change after nine years’ time. I was shocked and thought ‘why can’t I take control of my life?’ and I realized I didn’t want to wake up at 40 and be in this body—I wanted to know what it would be like to be in a different body, and that was a painful realization,” Davis explained.

Davis decided to have Lap Band surgery and was surprised at how quickly weight started to come off. And although she thought she would be documenting her physical transformation, she was surprised that suddenly she found herself ignoring her camera. She explained:

“I was catching up on the emotional side of [losing weight] and feeling different in the world. … I wanted to experience what dating was, what it felt like in the world and not use a camera to gain access to anything and I didn’t want it to be a distraction for living in the world.”

Davis eventually began dating a man and only recently took out her camera in order to document the experience.

“Now I want to see what this feels like, so I’ve been shooting myself with him a lot,” she began. “I’m just trying to figure it all out now.”

Self Portrait
4 a.m. 2003 (l) Fantasy No. 1. 2004 Jen Davis
Self portrait.,Jen Davis and Lee Marks Fine Art
Pressure Point. 2002 Jen Davis and Lee Marks Fine Art
Untitled. 2003 (l) Pantyhose. 2007 Jen Davis and Lee Marks Fine Art (2),Self Portrait.
Untitled. 2003 (l) Pantyhose. 2007 Jen Davis and Lee Marks Fine Art (2)
Steve and I. 2006 Jen Davis and Lee Marks Fine Art,Self portrait
Steve and I. 2006 Jen Davis and Lee Marks Fine Art
Untitled. 2013 Jen Davis and Lee Marks Fine Art,self portrait.
Untitled. 2013 Jen Davis and Lee Marks Fine Art







Sellers Post Semi Nude Photos ebay

It is not clear to me whether the act was intentional to generate more enquiries, the posting of the semi nude photos by the sellers.


They are trying to pass it off as accidental!



This is not the first time an eBay seller manages to accidentally expose their naked body on photos of the items they’re selling, but it is the first time the photo is stolen and goes viral on the internet.

Aimi Jones, 21, uploaded a photo of the yellow mustard dress she was selling on eBay Saturday morning not knowing she appeared in the mirror’s reflection in her bra and no panties, The Sun reported.

“It’s so embarrassing. It is such a dizzy, stupid thing to do and now the whole world’s seen me in the nude,” Jones told The Sun. “I put it on eBay last Saturday morning and realized straight away so ended the sale. But what I didn’t realize was that people could steal it on the site.”

The photo went viral even after Jones removed the post and is now all over the internet.

Semi Nude Photos in ebay
Not switched on: It’s unclear whether this eBay seller was aware he had managed to capture his entire naked body in the reflection of his shiny metal kettle – but he managed to cover up his manhood with his tripod


Nude in eBay
TV star: This eBay seller has captured themselves on the small screen while taking a picture of a television they wanted to sell on the website
Nude in eBay
That picture’s a little bit overexposed: This eBay seller doesn’t take the reflection from the camera flash into account in this image


Nude in eBay
Snap happy: This seller got so carried away with taking pictures for the site, they failed to notice the very clear naked view of themselves
Nude in eBay
Bit more demure: She re-listed the item on eBay and this time covered up with a black coat. It attracted bids of £153, 911 after the original picture went viral


Accidentally exposing yourself in pictures posted on eBay may sound like a tricky thing to do – but it appears to happen much more frequently than you would think.

These embarrassing images were all posted online for the world to see by eBay sellers who thought it was a good idea to take pictures of their merchandise in the nude.

Unfortunately for them, their reflections have been caught in mirrors, CD covers, TV and computer screens as they took pictures for the website.

One eBay seller even managed to capture his entirely naked body in the reflection of a metal kettle but his manhood was strategically covered by his tripod and camera.

And once these photos go up online, it won’t be long before some eagle-eyed shoppers spot the blunder, as eBay seller Aimi Jones recently discovered.

The 21-year-old had accidentally included a naked view of herself when she posted a picture of a dress for sale on the website.

She hung the mustard yellow skater dress by ASOS on her wardrobe door to photograph it for listing.


Interesting Photos.


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Children Photograph!


Peaceful Slumber



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