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Artist Amy Stein Captures Stunning Photos Of Animals Out Of The Wild In Her Series 'Domesticated' (P

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If you grew up in an American suburb, surrounded by sprawling subdivisions on one side and pockets of rarely trekked forest on the other, you can't help but feel a twinge of nostalgia looking at photographer Amy Stein's work. Her portraits of human-animal interactions perfectly capture the exhilaration you might have felt when, in the midst of your neatly kept neighborhood, you became face-to-face with a Cheap Beats By Dre little piece of the wild.
Stein's images, collected together in a series and book titled "Domesticated," are based on real stories of such contact with the other side, told to the artist by residents of a small town in Northeast Pennsylvania called Matamoras. Stein takes each story and reconstructs the encounter into a staged portrait, using her interest in taxidermy to create what appear like candid shots. Though the animals are not alive, the resulting vignettes show the mystifying relationship between man and the natural world.
In an e-mail to The Huffington Post, Stein described her series as follows: "Within these scenes I explore our paradoxical relationship with the 'wild' and how our conflicting impulses continue to evolve and alter the behavior of both humans and animals. We at once seek connection with the mystery and freedom of the natural world, yet we continually strive to tame the wild around us and compulsively control the wild within our own nature."
Check out more images of Stein's "Domesticated" series below. You can see more of her work in her upcoming book "Tall Poppy Syndrome."
It's official -- we are now on Beyonce baby bump watch once again.
The Internet is buzzing with rumors that the 31-year-old singer is pregnant with her second child. HollywoodLife reports that when the singer showed up to La Marina restaurant on Sept. 23 in the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York, it looked like she might be showing.
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It was just this past January that the couple welcomed their first child, Blue Ivy, to the world -- and it is safe to say that Beyonce is loving motherhood.
"[Having a daughter] just gives you purpose and all of the things that my self-esteem was associated with, it's all completely different," Beyonce told Anderson Cooper during her "Anderson Live" appearance earlier this month.
"I realized why I was born and more than anything all of the things I want to pass onto my child and the best way of doing that is not by preaching or telling her but showing her by example, which is one of the reasons I'm here," she explained.
If Beyonce is already expecting baby No. 2, we aren't too surprised, since she revealed that she "definitely" wants to have more kids, telling "Entertainment Tonight" in May, "I don't know how many. God knows, I don't know yet."
Requests made by The Huffington Post for comment from Beyonce's rep have not yet been returned.
CINCINNATI -- Kroger is recalling spinach sold at grocery stores in 15 states due to possible Listeria contamination.
The Fresh Selections Tender Spinach was sold in 10-ounze packages and had a "best if used by" date of Sept. 16. The grocer said Wednesday that if customers did buy the recalled product, they should return it to stores for a full refund or replacement.
Listeria can lead to severe illness for women who are pregnant or people who have a weakened immune system.
The Kroger Co. said the product was sold in Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska. The recall involves its Kroger, Jay C, Owen's, Pay Less, Scott's, Food 4 Less, Dillons, Baker's and Gerbes stores in selected states.
Daniele is also suing another spice company from which it purchased contaminated pepper, Mincing Overseas Spice Company. Mincing, Beats By Dre Cheap however, maintains that the products were not contaminated at the time of sale.That case is still pending.

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