Posted on 01/16/2010

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lord, may I intrude?
good evening, archangel. what's on your mind
just reminiscing, lord. about the 60s.
ah, yes. the 60s. what a fun time that was.
quite an experiment, wasn't it?
oh yes. creating a whole new species on earth? I'll say.
they definitely left their mark, too.
true. and I love the name I gave them.
yes. hippies. a brilliant idea, lord.
I thought maybe they'd replace humans.
too bad that they didn't. in my opinion, I mean.
I may agree with you there, archangel.

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11 comments - The latest ones
♥ Luna ♥
♥ Luna ♥
Qué colorido tan espectacular,...me gusta!!
8 years ago.
honeyj has replied to ♥ Luna ♥
8 years ago.
Man, this takes me back to my mis-spent youth....
8 years ago.
honeyj has replied to Tomusan
hey, man
I'm still mis-spending
the little time I've got left ;-)
8 years ago.
Layla A.k.
Layla A.k.
i dont see it as a dark place..its full of colours...
may be the symbol of that witch lady...thats what makes it dark...
8 years ago.
honeyj has replied to Layla A.k.
No, actually the title refers to dark matter in the universe. It is a theoretical form of matter that is undetectable by its emitted radiation, but whose presence can be inferred from gravitational effects on visible matter. In fact, they say that dark matter and dark energy could account for the vast majority of the mass in the observable universe.

Dark matter is believed to play a central role in structure formation and galaxy evolution. Evidence suggest that galaxies, clusters of galaxies, and the universe as a whole contain far more matter than that which interacts with electromagnetic radiation: the remainder is frequently called the "dark matter component," even though there is a small amount of dark matter. The largest part of dark matter, which does not interact with electromagnetic radiation, is not only "dark" but also, by definition, utterly transparent. Which I think is very cool.

Anyway, I don't know why, but that's what came into my head when thinking what to call this pic. Because I certainly don't think of witches as "dark."
Now, aren't you sorry you asked? ;-)
8 years ago. Edited 8 years ago.
wow ;)
8 years ago.
-I've nothing to ask and I'm color-blind for the day...at least ;-)
8 years ago.
honeyj has replied to Duolith
here, take one of these.
you won't be color blind for long.
quite the opposite, in fact.
8 years ago.