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Wow!! . . .
This is so good it needs one of these . . .
wow – i think i’m fainting.. – thank you so very much for todays double feature, hugh – greatly appreciated!!! :oD
– Benedikt Amrhein
thank you!! :o)if i may cite joe cocker here, too…;o)
You know, I am a fan of astrophysics; the scientists say that , at the beginning, the Universe was a tiny ball of…nothing, possibly of dark matter; after a while, the LIGHT was born and the Universe exploded like a Christmas tree; it seems to me that you were there and caught with your camera exactly the moment the light was born…I am so impressed by your BW image, so perfect and beautiful…Nona
ooooh – that’s really cool. i’m a big fan of astrophysics too. i read almost everything on astrophysics which i can get hold of.. i guess this is closely related to my passion for science fiction – since i was a little child, i am sf-fan. therefore i read especially hard-sf. sf combined with a heavy amount of “hard” sciences. i am totally addicted to everything scientific! ;o)which is why i began several scientific studies. first egyptology and archaeology, then on a different university geography and geology – and finally physics. i cancelled them all after a few semesters. for several reasons, i think – first, i was young and a pretty lazy guy back then; but i felt uncomfortable on every university i’ve been on – very… i guess, i am not the “university guy”, simply put. but i love reading on every scientific issue – and so, i love studying “privately”. that’s more important than going to a university, if you ask me.. ;o)anyway: really nice thoughts of yours! i really wish i could use a time machine which transported me back there. with all these atmospheric conditions i certainly wouldn’t exist long enough to enjoy this moment… but every millisecond would be worth it! surely it would look very surreal to us – not so very different from my (or several other’s) pics. hehe.thanks so much for stopping by & that beautiful comment, my bubblefriend!! hugs :o)
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thank you so much, deb!!! :o) ♥
Love this work.
thank you very much! :o)