February 2011. Background: dark gray woolen fabric.
More snowflakes in set snowflakes and snow crystals on flickr.
Also i wrote small article about my shooting technique.
My prints: FineArtAmerica.com, RedBubble.com.
Commercial licenses: ShutterStock.com.
The little girl had grown so much
She is not little
Not a girl
A woman, she’s center of attention
Of men who want her
Men who don’t
And everybody thinks they know
What’s right for her
And what is wrong
Her selflessness is naked
Like drain pipes in the snow
She radiated warmth
For everyone who wanted
Until the snow
Wonderful work. Thank you.
The art of yours
I love snowflakes... It amazes me that they can be so simple, or so complex and elegant!
It's chemistry and molecular structure.
It's nothing more then LEGOs, the pieces fit certain ways in certain conditions.
Temperature, humidity, and wind speeds all affect the formation of the crystals. It's not a secret or rocket science, it's basic organic chemistry.
The only time gods are invoked is when people who do not understand anything need something explained.
You assume that because there is not definitive evidence or a working theoretical model that covers the topic that somehow means there is a god of your choice behind the scenes.
Don't you understand, every time you do that your god gets a little smaller with every advancement in human knowledge? It's a losing strategy.
The universe as we know it came into existence with the Big Bang. That is when time and space were created.
If you were informed, you would know there are several competing models
attempting to solve the riddle.
But until Dark Matter, Dark Energy, and a full understanding of the Higgs Boson are documented the task is not going to be completed.
Add to that gravity waves need to be proven or dispelled.
On top of all of that quantum mechanics and general relativity are still not unified.
That knowledge combined with observable data in the universe will help determine if the universe is cyclical, one expanse that never ends, doomed to cold death or a great tear, the result of white holes from other universes, part of a multiverse, or a computer simulation.
Simpletons and zealots seek to insert their deity of choice into the areas of science that are still not fully understood. Those people lose ground all the time.
And as for the Big Bang, I doubt you can give a scientific reason for why it happened in the first place. When it comes down to it, me believing in an omnipresent creator that created the world we live in is no more illogical than you believing in an event that has no scientific backing as to why it happened. Do you see?
it defently looks like the mayas build them D: