Everywhere on the good Earth we can see a sunrise every day. Good, eh?
Our own local sunrise is unique. The cloudscapes and the hills or horizons we have differ everywhere so we get 'special' treats all the time mixed in with the familiar.
|Tasmania. Sunrise over The Nut.|
Ken Kremer was showing his snaps around in the US Room. There was a fine crowd in there to pass them around. He came a long way. From around the world. In fact hundreds of times around the world !
He is a space doc, you see. And a fine photographer.
This is the sort of sunrise he has become used to.
Mind you, he does have the best seat outside of the house.
You can see more and follow at: http://www.universetoday.com/118863/gorgeous-sunrises-auroras-landscapes-and-more-from-space-station-crew/
Or go to visit him directly at:
Meanwhile these are some of the snaps he was passing around.
|Not one of Ken's perhaps, but how can I not put it here?|
We are very small. The Earth is large. The Universe is really Big.
But we can see.
We can appreciate the Universe that cannot see, except through OUR eyes.
Grace comes not just or only through wine and fine ales but just and only however the Great Supplier wants to provide it.
Drink up the view. He wants you to see this and marvel at his Creation.