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”

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #47

I hope you are sitting somewhere cosy and that you’re ready to have your senses delighted by this week’s interesting finds from the pelagic zone of the internet, where whale sharks and dugongs float by in Poseidon’s dreams… How to make flying dragons (1634) The flying dragon is somewhat troublesome to compose, it must beContinue reading “10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #47”

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #46

Bonjour et bienvenue. This weeks wild and wooly wonders blew off the neighbours washing line into my backyard and now I’m just sifting through them! The first lines of famous books infographic This infographic definitely makes me want to check out some of these books I haven’t gotten around to reading yet. What about you?Continue reading “10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #46”

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #45

Haere mai and welcome to another edition of the internet-famous 10 Interesting Things edition 45. This week we roll out the red carpet for some mystical delights and delightful folks for your viewing and listening pleasure. Phillip Peris – “Lightning & Thunder” Didjeridu Dreamtime Hypnotic, earthy and mystical music that’s great for focus and concentration…Continue reading “10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #45”

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #44

Roll-up, roll-up to the bizarre three-ringed circus of 10 Interesting Things, where acrobats breathe fire and things go bump in the night. I hope you enjoy this carnival of weekly delights…. Fairytale images from Yakutia, Siberia by Alexeï Vassiliev I love the ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ vibes of these places and the combination ofContinue reading “10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #44”

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #43

In the areas between the two hemispheres of your brain there is a cloudy twilight zone where weird things hang out, this is where you will find these random things. I hope you enjoy them! Thank you for reading… Sampson is allowed into the lab, so long as he wears full PPE A Golden RetrieverContinue reading “10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #43”

Behold the tui: seductive songstress of the shaky isles

This is a bit of a remix. We had a resident tui when we were living in Auckland in 2014 to 2018, she (I prefer to think of her as a she) was very vocal, flirty and beautiful. The Polish Bear got a very impressive Sony camera that was great for these close up shotsContinue reading “Behold the tui: seductive songstress of the shaky isles”

A brief and enchanting history of Australian milk bars

Originally the concept of the milk bar in America was also a spin-off from the ever-popular apotheke-style pharmacists who dispensed medicines and often refreshing milk-infused tinctures to waiting customers. The customers often milled around or sat on bar stools at a long galley-style counter top. Originally, the pharmacists mixed the medicine with their backs turnedContinue reading “A brief and enchanting history of Australian milk bars”

10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #42

Yo-ho-ho and a genie bottle filled with Ugandan palm oil. Stick around a bit for some tasty morsels brought out from the back cellar for your perusal, black-label, rare stuff hope you enjoy it. Tulip: A short film by Andrea Love (the genius behind Cooking With Wool) This looks so cute! I have featured theContinue reading “10 Interesting Things I Found on the Internet #42”