A Sky Full Of Stars

Two days ago we had a beautiful clear sky without any clouds. It was after 10 pm. I threw my crutches on the floor and waddled outside in order to take pictures. It wasn’t dark enough yet to see the beauty of the twinkling night sky but I was glued to two beautiful bright shining starts right above the mountains. They were like waving and kissing the day good-bye as a last greeting from heaven before the night covers the world with peaceful silence. 20150624_222122

There are no stars on that photo but the silhouette of the mountain chain was so beautiful.20150624_222226

Those two pictures are from yesterday. I couldn’t resist to capture that moment as well.20150625_214116


Helplessly romantic 😍! Have a wonderful weekend!

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SEems like I really hit the nail on the head with that post πŸ˜‰ It truly conveys such a peaceful feeling. I always feel as small as can be but at the same time important for the place I may have in this huge universe. We could get lost in the night sky, right?

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I can’t tell. My favorite stars are from Orion’s belt. I gaze upon them and wondered what about them inspired the Ancient Egyptians so.

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Had to google that. I like the orion stars and I also always look at the little and the big dipper. I love how the big one is upside down in spring. I once was in Egypt in the desert for a star gazing trip. I never saw something comparable. First I thought it was cloudy until I noticedthat it was the Milky Way.


Historians believe that the orientation of the Pyramids are aligned like the 3 stars of Orion – Alnitak, Alnilam and Mintaka. Perhaps a representation of Heaven on Earth?

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I really should take the time to learn more about the night sky during the day. There is a universe of knowledge already in that and universes of knowledge we’ll never know. You really studied that, right? I kept it at gazing and some few infos by now. I love to recognize Mars at times.

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I learned a lot about watching the night sky from my interest in ancient Egypt. There were scientists in those days, too, and they were remarkable.

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I am astonished again and again what they knew back then compared with what we know today with our high developed technology. They observed nature and very math geniuses (is this the correct plural?)
There are so many theories about the pyramids as well. The Egyptian history is so interesting. I know a little about the conservation of the bodies because of my education. It is amazing what they knew and what we learn completely new again.

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I sign that immediately. Have to go now. I go out with my best friend for dinner. We will sit outside and when I look up I will think of our discussion and look out for orion 😊

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