Comforting Thought: Hiding and hibernation are a part of the natural world

Hiding is a part of the natural world. It is in the protective quiet of the icy northern landscape. In the held bud of a future summer rose. In the snow-bound and slow pulse of a hibernating bear. We hide in our mother’s womb until we grow and ready ourselves for our first appearance inContinue reading “Comforting Thought: Hiding and hibernation are a part of the natural world”

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #56

Hello precious friends and newcomers I hope you enjoy this soothing adventure into the little known realms of imagination, let me know what you think below… Claude Monet He could always transport me to a glimmering half dream, half awake world of light and rainbow colours where the sublime comes roaring to life… “Every dayContinue reading “10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #56”

Eight Quirky Facts About The Kea: NZ’s Alpine Trickster

Kea Nestor notabilis are an endemic parrot of the South Island of New Zealand. Playful, inquisitive, bright eyed and stunningly beautiful, keas are also incredibly resourceful. Many scientists argue that they are the world’s smartest bird. Not convinced? Here are some more juicy facts to win you over. A kaleidoscope of colour The glorious coloursContinue reading “Eight Quirky Facts About The Kea: NZ’s Alpine Trickster”

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #54

Haere mai and welcome to another action-packed edition of 10 Interesting Things, I hope you have packed warm and light because we’re about to mount a rescue mission for your mind, so that you can crack a smile once again. Get your crampons on your feet and get ready to bivouac with some langurs upContinue reading “10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #54”

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #53

Do you sometimes worry that Djin will visit you in the night and hold a party inside of your dental cavities? you are not alone actually. Do you often wonder what a Spaghetti Western would sound like if it were filmed in Edo Japan, where cowboys and geishas mingled together? Someone did that for you.Continue reading “10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #53”

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #52

Put on your red shoes and get ready to dance the night away to these funky sounds, through the cavernous expansive realms of history, time and space. Don’t forget to pack your space suit and have a safe journey… What Life Was Like For Pompeii’s Citizens? Pompeii With Mary Beard The great Mary Beard, myContinue reading “10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #52”

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #51

The interplanetary movements of celestial bodies is really having an effect on my aura this week, and so I made these notations below to calm myself down, the trembling stopped but suddenly my skin has turned bright green and scaly, might have to check in with you later…. The movement of the sun on theContinue reading “10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #51”

Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #50

Hoooooey! the 50th edition of 10 Things! In this fat and bulging edition, we take a foraging foray into some rude relics, some ethereal ambient music, a few risque clips from the olden days, some inspirational animals of past and present and we journey into trippy realms with scientists. Hope you enjoy it. The rare,Continue reading “Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #50”

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #48

Take a magical mystery tour into the twilight zone with this week’s ten things which I carved out of a giant ancient stone from the red centre of Australia, I hope you like them! Sublime and summery jazzy hip-hop beats by Lewis Parker Even if it’s not summer where you are right now, this albumContinue reading “10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #48”

A History of the Beautiful Highland Cow

Highland Cows or as they are commonly known in Scotland Highland Coos are an ancient breed known to have grazed the rugged Scottish landscape since the sixth century. Their genetic origins are still up for debate. They may be native to Scotland or introduced by the Vikings to Great Britain. One scientific train of thoughtContinue reading “A History of the Beautiful Highland Cow”