Carl Segan



2 thoughts on “Carl Segan

  1. I love Sagan. It really is a huge power words have that we don’t usually think about. They can even open up sides to people you know or knew that you would never otherwise see. Coming into my grandfather’s old journal and reading his thoughts as a 19 year-old kid is an eye-opening experience to say the least. Those photos of Townsville are really beautiful; he mentioned being there a couple of times and I don’t think I’d ever seen it before. Images have a similar magic, wouldn’t you say?

    1. Indeed. As someone who can’t draw for shit, I’ve had to rely on photography as my “visual” communication method. It helps that my uncle gave me an SLR when I was 10…

      I think the true power, really, is communication. None of us can know how others experience the world, but through our words, music and pictures we can at least try to show the rest of the world what it is that we see in our heads.

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