Donnerstag, Jänner 12, 2006



Blogger sirreene said...

that is as Van Gogh saw it.

9:11 nachm.  
Blogger castor said...

to Sirreene:
You are right, my dear, but it's a photo I foumnd accidentally in the net to gave me, The Prayer on his horse, in the dark night a luminous perspective ...

11:43 nachm.  
Blogger NMAMFQLMSH said...

Wow, that is BEAUTIFUL. The Universe is one of the most fastinating things.
I see you,

12:03 vorm.  
Blogger castor said...

to Nmamfqlmsh:
Yes, sista, and we are only a teeny-weeny part of it,

although I see you !


12:04 nachm.  
Blogger Spencer said...


7:20 nachm.  
Blogger castor said...

to Spencer:
Isn't it? :-)

7:29 nachm.  
Blogger Cocaine Jesus said...

puts us into perspective doesn't it. beautifil but frightening that something so gargantuan houses something so small as the human race.

9:32 nachm.  
Blogger castor said...

to Cocaine Jesus:
Some years ago I've seen "The Blue Planet" in the IMAX Cinema. I've got the sensation to be an astronaut sitting in a space shattle and orbiting 200 miles above Earth's surface ... you can see familiar landforms, the Himalayas, the Chinese Walls as a short line, volcanoes, the Caribbean Islands and the flashing up of the street lighting on the Spanish coast in the evening ... but no human being ... no war (1990) ... an uninhabitated planet ... the blue planet ... like a jewel :-)

10:22 nachm.  

Kommentar veröffentlichen

<< Home