10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #37

Woven Constellations and Embroidered Space by Ophelie Trichereau

Yo-Ho-Ho and a bottle of kombucha, look here me hearties at this glorious sea shanty of discoveries from the internet. I hope you like them! Let me know what you reckon below…


Snow along a lonely stretch of coast of Tottori prefecture, Japan

Snow along a lonely stretch of coast of Tottori prefecture, Japan
Snow along a lonely stretch of coast of Tottori prefecture, Japan

Silverback gorilla and family cross the road in the Congo

I like how the dad waits for all of them to cross and he flexes with his sheer brute muscle at the guys in the car in the distance, he is a good dad, the ultimate protector.


The ultimate book shop in the Netherlands

Just look at this, just look at it…wow!

The ultimate book shop in the Netherlands
The ultimate book shop in the Netherlands. Via Reddit

Portico Quartet – (2009) Isla

Some atmospheric, instrumental jazz fusion for you


Amazing animal eye adaptations

Amazing animal eye adaptations
Amazing animal eye adaptations

Via Reddit


Dreamy woven constellations and celestial bodies by Ophelie Trichereau

Buy her creations on ETSY


Dream Dolphin (ドリームドルフィン): Atmospheric Healing (1996) [Full Album]

Dream Dolphin is a floaty, ethereal journey into a netherworld of emotions by little-known Japanese ambient artist Dream Dolphin. This sounds a bit like a mid-90’s rave opus by Papua New Guinea or Boards of Canada crossed with some throaty and coy Cocteau Twins style singing. Whatever it is, it’s beautiful. Thank you Youtube algorithm you always guide me to the place where beautiful music dwells.

The Korrigans: capricious dwarves living underground in Brittany…

By the always amazing storyteller about Breton history, Bon Repos Gites.

Many stories, from across the region, warn of the dangers that await those traversing the lonely places after dark. The Breton nights belonged to the black dogs and to the korrigans; a race of capricious magical dwarves who emerge from their subterranean domain to haunt the moors and the ancient sites between dusk and dawn. They amuse themselves by disturbing the peace of the countryside and playing tricks on passing travellers, never missing an opportunity to entice them to join in their dance, never suffering them to stop until, overcome by fatigue, they fall dead of exhaustion. Should a man offend them, he might be forced to dance to death or even find himself consigned to an underground dungeon without any hope of deliverance.

Creatures of the breton night
The Korrigans: capricious dwarves living underground in Brittany...
The Korrigans: capricious dwarves living underground in Brittany…

Via Bonjour from Brittany


Baking with Wool by Andrea Love


You are the sum of so much love by the Cryptonaturalist

Yes, we are the product of our DNA.

The product of evolution.

But, we’re also the product of countless choices to be kind.

How much active kindness does every child need?

Every community? Your ancestors didn’t survive without willful kindness.

You are the sum of so much love.

The Cryptonaturalist

Creamy and easy vegan pasta meals by Pick Up Limes

This girl has got such an amazing smile and warm way about her, I feel like I am her friend even though I don’t know her. And these meals look so yum!


A beautiful painting of a chimpanzee in the jungle in Uganda by Szabolcs Kókay

A beautiful painting of a chimpanzee in the jungle in Uganda by Szabolcs Kókay
A beautiful painting of a chimpanzee in the jungle in Uganda by Szabolcs Kókay

“The conversion of forest to farmland across Africa has severely reduced the availability of Chimpanzee habitat. Such habitat loss is especially acute in West Africa, where it is estimated that more than 80% of the region’s original forest cover had been lost by the early 2000s (Kormos et al. 2003). I have covered this in great detail on my other website. – Read more on Palm Oil Detectives


Viking Religion documentary

I am fascinated by this ancient European people and their pagan beliefs.


A 3D visualisation of all the space junk and satellites out there in the stratosphere

A 3D visualisation of all the space junk and satellites out there in the stratosphere
A 3D visualisation of all the space junk and satellites out there in the stratosphere

A recipe for Vegan Lemon Tart with Coconut Whipped Cream

Recipe from Well-Fed Soul

A recipe for Vegan Lemon Tart with Coconut Whipped Cream
A recipe for Vegan Lemon Tart with Coconut Whipped Cream

Let me know what you reckon of these choices below…

Published by Content Catnip

Content Catnip is a quirky internet wunderkammer written by an Intergalactic Space Māori named Content Catnip. Join me as I meander through the quirky and curious aspects of history, indigenous spirituality, the natural world, animals, art, storytelling, books, philosophy, travel, Māori culture and loads more.

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