Weird Fish

18 Apr 19
Schotography

Earlier this week I left Koh Samui, and boarded the ferry to Koh Phangan. Again, I’m staying away from the main touristy parts [read: far enough away from the full moon party that I can go tonight, but won’t be kept awake by all night partying by all the youths if I go to bed […]

18 Apr 19
Bethany's Blog

Last month I went down to the South West of Scotland to visit my family and during my time there we decided to take do something that’s a bit of a family tradition for us – rock pooling! Rockpooling is an absolutely fantastic way to get out and see wildlife. It’s especially great for getting […]

18 Apr 19
A Work Progressing

This is the second time in my life that I felt compelled to write down a vivid dream. Don’t get me wrong, I know that I dream, I have great dreams, colorful, adventurous and complex. This dream is in an entirely different category. I call it vivid because every detail is remembered and I don’t […]

18 Apr 19
Missing Persons of America

A message written under a desk with the coordinates to the location of a body was found in a Second Hand store. Kris, posted on the Facebook page “Weird Second Hand Finds that Just Need to be Shared” a photo of a desk with a message. The post reads: “Found in and under a drawer […]

18 Apr 19
Conservation blog

Come behind the scenes and into the jobs and personalities of the people who work at DOC. Today we’re profiling Auckland’s marine rangers – Gabby, Ant, Bridgette and Grant.

18 Apr 19
dreamweaver333

Many of us that are on the Ascension path, or have awakened to remember ourselves as a Starseed, have come to the earth during the Ascension Cycle to actualize our unique blueprint and mission, attempting to embody the highest template of Christos Consciousness possible, and to help support the mass planetary awakening. Most Starseeds chose […]

18 Apr 19
Molly Bloom says yes...

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. No, scratch that, it was the worst of times. It was the age of chancers and buffoons, the spring, summer, autumn and winter of despair. We had everything behind us, we had nothing before us. Never was there more of an indictment of […]

18 Apr 19
Observer

‘There’s no resolution with age,’ says 67-year-old fashion illustrator Richard Haines. ‘It’s a constant question: Who do we really, really want to be?’

18 Apr 19
Bandcamp Daily

The legendary musician is back with a new album.

18 Apr 19
Dave's film blog

Paolo Sorrentino’s much anticipated Berlusconi biopic has all the sleeze but its satire is dull

30 Sep 18
Phil Mortimer

  Diane and I are were back in Canada for a long weekend a few weeks ago. As you maybe aware, I am actually originally from Canada and we try to get back every few months to visit family and friends. The past summer has been intense work wise and so we haven’t been able […]

30 Sep 18
Phil Mortimer

  Diane and I are were back in Canada for a long weekend a few weeks ago. As you maybe aware, I am actually originally from Canada and we try to get back every few months to visit family and friends. The past summer has been intense work wise and so we haven’t been able […]

18 Apr 19
Adventures in Talth’rael

The group find themselves through the danger of The Shallow Peaks, and take a night to rest. While many seemed to rest comfortable, Kafka seemed to have a rough night. The group find themselves traveling a majority of the rest of day towards Casmere, and arrive around the afternoon. A smaller fishing village, Hermes acknowledged […]

18 Apr 19
Bidex's Blog.

Episode 19,20&21 Episode 19 Drinks were brought in buckets of ice but I was less interested, I didn’t like the way Fatima kept whispering in Jafar’s ears. It was not like I was jealous or something, but she should atleast say what she wanted to say loud and clear… oya I was jealous small. Just […]