“The vertical panoramic view follows our magnificent Milky Way galaxy stretching above horizon, its rich central starfields cut by obscuring dust clouds. A glance along the galactic plane also reveals Alpha and Beta Centauri and the stars of the Southern Cross. Captured in the region’s spectacular, dark skies, the Small Magellanic Cloud, satellite of the […] . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: A Downside to Urban Living – Not Seeing Stuff Like This…
Watch out, interesting learning ahead.
Filed under: Science Tagged: Minute Physics, Stars
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I seem to be on a bit of a theme with this dark sky stuff right now. Interesting.
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See that picture up top? That’s our waterfront, at least after they mandated the boat clubs to get rid of their shacks and put up those little lockers. It used to be quite the place down there. We’d get totally drunk and stoned just a little ways past the old folks home which would be . . . → Read More: Walking Turcot Yards: Stars
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Filed under: art Tagged: blue, Cat, moon, red, stars
Filed under: art Tagged: Cat, drawing, paper 53, space, stars, world
The Hole Truth comes in two parts: altered US flags and drawings on vintage police shooting targets.
In order to create his first show at envoy enterprises, German-born, New-York based artist Brian Kenny created a series with the Hole Truth that reconstructs iconic objects in his effort to reflect on what it means . . . → Read More: Art Threat: The Hole Truth and Nothing but the Truth
Canada is the maple leaf, the United States of America is the stars, one is modest and pragmatic, the other is idealized and constant. National symbols are chosen to represent countries, but somehow countries cannot help but represent their national symbols.
For the religious and industrious United States of America there is no better symbol . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: Symbolizing The Maple Leaf
In the dream, we know something is wrong when I notice the constellations have all disappeared. All that remains in the night sky is the deep black of space, and a few sets of stars — in triplets and doubles, … Continue reading →
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