We have one thing in common with our ancestors: the fact that we observed space without being able to inhabit it. We are still not part of the generations that inhabit space.
That's the way it is. We have to accept that.
Our role at the moment is that of a simple observer.
Beautiful colours ...
A beauty we would have wanted ...
Certainly, we are part of a generation that has managed to take the first step into space.
We dreamed about it for a long time and we made it happen.
The human machine has reached its destination, but sometimes at the cost of countless sacrifices...
Human technology has made it possible to begin the conquest of a new world.
We even managed to set foot on the moon.
We dream of being masters of the Universe...
But we're really just children lost in an eternal dream...
The belief that we can fly on our own wings in space as well as on Earth...
The belief that you can swim in space the same way you do on Earth...
Or to walk in space as on Earth...
When in reality, we're really just observers of our Universe...
Arthur C. Clarke said that "there are two possibilities: either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both hypotheses are equally frightening".
Yes, space feeds our imagination of this being from elsewhere...
But wouldn't it rather be the reflection of a fantasy of a Humanity desperately alone in the Universe?
Always alone in the night among billions of stars... looking for something... or someone ...
A heavenly God?
Or a Godess?
The one that impregnated space?
For now, humanity is alone. It inhabits the Earth.
Vestiges that are remnants of a past facing the vastness of space.
Vestiges that the lights of space illuminate in the darkness of the night.
Vestiges that for the moment allow us to observe life only on Earth and nowhere else.
And vestiges that for the moment leave our Earth quite alone in space, a reflection of the solitude of Humanity.
Thank you very much!
Thank you so much Thomas!
Thank you Martin :)
Many thanks Yvette!!! a big hug!
Our pleasure, dear Martin! Thomas picked up your images for this gallery.... Warm greets, Yvette
Stefan Eisele PRO
A wonderful choice of images!! Thanks a lot to be a part of it!!
Thank you Stefan :)
Photos très créatives, bravo et félicitations aux auteurs, merci Thomas pour ce magazine.
Merci Thierry :)
Thank you very much Thomas and Yvette! Wonderful article and images!
Great article and wonderful choice of images, Thomas! Congratulations to all the authors in the selection of this splendid gallery. Best regards, Yvette
Many thanks Yvette :) We have beautiful images and I hope that everyone enjoy it ! Best regards and good light, Thomas