The American Museum of Natural History is putting on an exhibition called Picturing Science. It's over 20 large format images taken with advanced technology. (Which kind of doesn't tell you much when you think about it--I mean I think I wrote this very sentence using advanced technology, didn't I?--i.e. a mac?)
Monday, September 26, 2011
The other important thing to note before we get to the point is that the exhibition is the idea of Dr Siddall who is a leech specialist. Ew don't want his job. Unless it's just to be able to answer "What do you do?" with "I"m a Leech Specialist." And watch the conversation die. And everyone go off their food.
But take a look at this. It is the mineral composition of a meteorite. Or is it a Warhol?
Fascinating that down to the most minute tiniest invisible details, everything in this world around us is shining and beautiful.
John Calvin said: "There is not one blade of grass, there is no color in this world that is not intended to make us rejoice."