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Found this brilliant! When you look at it this way, everything suddenly falls into perspective. :-)

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  1. That is sooo cool! I love the view within a view :) It turns our perspective on it's head as usually we are looking out from ourselves.

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  2. I absolutely loved this! I had to look at it over and over. It is so very cool.

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  3. Yes, have seen this before, isn't it soooo coooool. Puts things into perspective, doesn't it?

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  4. Will keep it SHORT.............
    Simply GREAT!!!

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  5. Bob_kat: True,it's just how one looks at it.

    Rayne:I found that postage stamp way too cool!So unexpected!

    Gayathri:It sure does.

    Anup:Thank you!!

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  6. I love it, it's so beautiful. We are really tiny!

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  7. thats really cool.might be this can help us look at things in a wider perseptive

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  8. Wow... pretty amazing there. Sigh!! If only that were put into practice.

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  9. nice!! hey i liked ur blog..ive added u to my favs!

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  10. Absolutly amazing..perspective is something I find hard to get at times...Did you ever see the end of 'Men In Black'?

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  11. yeah sure shows how tiny we are.. but another perspective contrasting this is..
    we r all very unique.. just like everyone else.. :)

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  13. Leela:thanks for dropping by:-)

    Mr.J: true!


    Neo:Thanks!


    Diya:Contrasts always miss the point completely ;-)


    Pretty woman:aaaaaaaaaarggggghh!!!
    Ritu:two great minds think alike:-)

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  14. Oh fiddle! I got lost somewhere after the ocean liner. Perhaps I should have worn my glasses. :)

    I wish my 14 yr old son could comprehend this slide. He has OCD and tends to view the world in black and white--no grey, no beautiful hues of blue. [sigh] Perhaps someday...

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