The earth does not truly belong to us, we belong to her. She does not need us, we need her. Just like our mothers who give endlessly asking nothing in return, humanity needs to remember to respect the greatest mother of all.
“I am in love with this world . . . I have climbed its mountains, roamed its forests, sailed its waters, crossed its deserts, felt the sting of its frosts, the oppression of its heats, the drench of its rains, the fury of its winds, and always have beauty and joy waited upon my goings and comings.” 🙏🏽
Photography is such a beautiful art form, I get to create magic with the most exquisite art of all - you and Mother Nature 🙏🏽🧡
Stunning sunrise with beautiful sisters @kaihazelgrove and Teagan.
Congratulations @conormccann for conquering the turf!
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What's out there in the great cosmic dark, waiting to be discovered?
The Hubble Deep Fields are a combination of the best pictures taken of the deepest view of the universe, made in 2003-2004.
These images are a combination of ten years of hubble space telescope photography, taken of tiny parts of the universe, starting out in 1993.
See the moon on the last picture for a comprehension of the tiny part that we have photographed of one of the fields, add that tiny part to the whole universe.
One of these deep field pictures contain about 5500 galaxies, split that up in the number of solar systems they all contain.
By collecting faint light over many hours of observation, it revealed thousands of galaxies, both nearby and very distant.
It's the deepest images of space ever obtained and reveals the faintest and most distant galaxies ever seen by the human eye.
It allows us to explore further back in time than ever before.
We are watching it how it was, thousand to billions of years ago, when the light left those stars.
So do you want to travel in time? Just look up at the night sky.
We live in the very early stages of technology, but so far have invented very technological things.
We've explored our solar system, landed on Mars and Venus with robots.
What will we discover for the next couple of hundred years? If we're still around.
We are lonely on this little blue dot in the vast space, we need to be nice and humble to each other, even if humanity is cruel and disrespectful to both nature and other people. "There is no hint that help will come to save us from ourselves"