Gee, that sure shifts ones perspective in a rather dramatic fashion!What a great 'lesson'!
There's got to be someone else on some other planet looking up at the same stars and galaxies, too. It's like they said in the movie, "Contact" - "Terrible waste of space."
Ooooh I have shivers!I'm showing the kids this.Thanks so much!
Goosebumps in a good way. Wow...
Funny...that "HUBBLE" picture of all those galaxies almost looks exactly like a close up photo of toast crumbs on a black leather sofa.It's like what agent Moulder said....well actually you can pretty much pick any quote he said and apply it in this instancecheersps: I posted my own video in me travel blog.
Hi SpiderI have a lot of those pictures because I go to http://hubblesite.org/ quite often, it's one of my favorite sites for background pictures for my PC. That was a very kewl video though, thanks for sharing...
Wow..what an awesome, humbling, magical mystery trip! Thankyou Spidergirl... from this very CLOSE corner of the jeweled web!
That's wonderful. I'm going to send that to the Munchkins. They'd love it.Josie
"Pray that there's intelligent life somewhere up in space, 'Cause there's bugger-all down here on earth!"I love being little and wee!
I never tire of that perspective. Suddenly wanting a new couch seems so insignificant, and just hours ago it was all I thought about! Silly, tiny, little blip in space and time.
This is marvelous! Truly. Thanks so much for helping to put things into perspective ... I'll be sharing this for sure with my daughter and husband. I enjoyed your pics a few posts back ... "Misty" ... lovely looking place.
I sent this to the Munchkins, and they loved it. They were awestruck.Josie
I feel really small now LOL I never get to feel that way! Thanks :)I get dizzy when I try to complemplate infinity.
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