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    The universe is 14 billion years old, but it's 180 billion light years wide. It's accounting for that difference that explains why a lifetime of physical and emotional scarring can be healed in the three seconds it takes for a baseball to pass over the arc of a parabola.

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    1. Rony San 70 months ago | reply

      Congratulation!! I award this great image


      Life in Mono Award

    2. Carlitos.Way 70 months ago | reply

      very nice shot!

    3. Poetic Dreamer [deleted] 67 months ago | reply

      Really amazing picture

      This photo exhales such emotion and delight... It was seen in...

      Libertango ~ The Soul for the Body

    4. bunchadogs & susan 67 months ago | reply

      what a wonderfully happy street scene.
      joy in the simple things in life.
      --
      Seen in the group"My heart profoundly fluttered, my soul's eye grew clear..." (?)

    5. * Farhana [deleted] 67 months ago | reply

      j'adore!!

      This photo exhales such emotion and delight... It was seen in...

      Libertango ~ The Soul for the Body

    6. N A B A Z 66 months ago | reply

      great street photography and b/w. well done.

    7. luca marella 66 months ago | reply

      Beautiful scene!

    8. Chiroka 66 months ago | reply

      !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    9. Will Gortoa [is unPro but quietly remains] 65 months ago | reply

      This is an extraordinary image. And I'm not going to say this lightly... but it's one of the best street images I've ever seen! : )

      Not only is it a beautiful moment, perfectly captured. You have the extra subtle details, too... the arc of a parabola of the ball - which is entirely imagined - is curiously mirrored in the curves on the top of the rubbish bin and the guy bending over's back, too. Amazing. Really special. : )

      [The Spot]

    10. cannpix 65 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the comments all!

      @Will & Michelle, I'm a fan of both of you and your respective works --- many thanks.

    11. Robert Hutinski 65 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called www.flickr.com/groups/1230470@N20/, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    12. amiestilo 60 months ago | reply

      Absolutely wonderful moment!

    13. ajkpix 48 months ago | reply

      ditto, but i am still unable to understand why the difference between the age and the width of the universe explains it ("it's accounting for that difference")!

    14. mlhradio 8 months ago | reply

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