Delhi is a city with so much history that one might need a lifetime just to appreciate its many different aspects.
When all you have on your mind is your next nut the last thing you want is to be captured by a nutty human girl who is intent on dressing you up as her heroes.
This is like one of those dreams that you have which you can never quite remember but what you can recall is their whole strange, surreal dislocation from real life.
Our sibling site, the Ark in Space, has a feature today about Ecdysis. No, it’s not the latest strangely named Hollywood science fiction blockbuster, it’s something that many invertebrates go through.
Wilfred Owen wrote ‘Disabled’ in 1917 at a time by which he had experienced the full horror of war in the trenches.
The Miharashi No Oka hill offers visitors the sight of the panoramic splendor of the Pacific Ocean. Yet it is not the sea views that people come to see in Hitachinaka, a small city on the east coast of Japan.
This almost defies definition but Dreams of the Last Butterflies is certainly this – something very special.
Due west of Borobudur in central Java in Indonesia, a strange and somewhat bewildering sight rises above the forest canopy.
We have featured Lofoten in Norway a number of times on Kuriositas as it is such a special place – not least because it shouldn’t really be there at all.
A teenage boy is suffering with terminal cancer – not to mention adolescent growing pains – when he is approached by a wish-giving charity (if you don’t know you’re dying already you do when that happens to you…).
During the 1990 invasion of Kuwait by Iraq a young photographer must make a quick decision, one which could have a profound impact on his future.
CocóNonó are a band based in Bogota, Colombia. They were formed in 2012 and it's about time the rest of the world heard about them, frankly.
If you go down to the woods today, you’re sure of a big surprise – a very big surprise! Nestled in the Bavarian forest just outside the small town of Neuschönau, the longest tree top walk is an unexpected but spectacular sight.
Have you ever looked up at the stars and wondered whether there is life on other planets? Will we ever be visited by people from light years away?
This three minute video took fourteen months and about 40,000 photographs to create and it’s worth every second.
I don’t mean to be prurient or voyeuristic and you might wonder what a post with that title is doing on Kuriositas – best leave that kind of thing to...
Admit it – if you were asked to do a variation on the Rorschach Test but with words and someone said Transylvania, your reply would be Dracula, correct?
Bear and Bird are so excited when their new video game, Kung Fu Fisticuffs IV arrives that they have to play it immediately.
In the ‘real’ world I teach English and also a lot of ICT (Information Creative Technology). One of the things my students have to learn about is the Data Protection Act (DPA) which became law in the UK in 1988 and is as dry as a bone...
Oh, a thousand, a million times - no. That just how often I would have to refuse to do something like this if I was asked (which admittedly is highly unlikely).