Glacier Ice / El Calafate, Argentina 2008
First the glacier swallows the red light, then orange, yellow and green. Blue remains until the end. The process is called „selective absorption“. Fair enough but what’s the point? The faithful insist God likes his creation to be beautiful. Non-believers speak of Mother Nature, the greatest designer of them all.
Erst schluckt das Gletschereis das rote Licht, dann orange, dann gelb und grün. Was zuletzt bleibt, ist blau. „Selektive Absorption“, gut und schön, aber warum nur? Gott will es ansehnlich haben in seiner Schöpfung, sagen die Gläubigen. Die Natur ist der größte Designer, die anderen.
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