July 17, 2008
If you find a sheltered spot, raise your arms to cut out the land-glare you can see the universe, gathered for your enjoyment. So many stars and planets shimmer in the black night that you canít make out the familiar constellations, which hide in the multitude. It must be like this when you are out there on the ocean. In the Fall the shooting stars arrive, and there are few places in the world better for sky gazing than by this North Atlantic ocean, maybe on the ocean or in a vast desert.....somewhere far from light pollution thatís for sure.