This was meant to be about the significance of corona viruses in our scheme of things and the insignificance of us in the Universe’s scheme of things.
Well, maybe the next time…
Right now I’m still a little high from viewing the skies at sunset three evenings in a row from my terrace. Here are a few photos: all I can think of now are the words of Georges Lemaitre (1894–1966): Catholic priest, mathematician, physicist, the cosmologist who first proposed the theory of an expanding Universe which has come to be called ‘Big Bang’ …
“The evolution of the world can be compared to a display of fireworks that has just ended: some few red wisps, ashes and smoke. Standing on a well–chilled cinder, we see the slow fading of the suns, and we try to recall the vanished brilliance of the origin of worlds…”
10 thoughts on “Coronas – Stellar and Earthly”
Thanks! Good to be traveling along together on this old planet 🙂
Exquisite- the images and the words.
Awesome! Nature’s visual delights can never be substituted!! These are the things that were meant to be enjoyed by us, but we never had the time or inclination for as we were busy chasing shadows!
Really quite beautiful.
Powerfully amazing! From wordsmith to visualsmith! Way to go!
Thanks O Rohini!
Beautiful views. Count our Blessings.