Magheraclogher Strand, Bunbeg, Gweedore, County Donegal Ireland
Captured over the Cara Na Mara (Friend of the sea) or ‘Bád Eddie’ boat. These are names given to this old wreck resting on Magheraclogher Beach along Gweedore Bay. The ‘Cara Na Mara’ fishing vessel ran into trouble during stormy seas in the early 1970s. Nowadays she only sails the Milky Way….
Gazing into this perfect clear sky got me thinking, no matter how tiny we feel or how far away the stars are in our vast universe, they still shine their bright lights over us each night. Some will believe it’s just my “fancy camera” or that I’m just wrong because they themselves have never seen starlight from our Milky Way reflect like this before, but I ask you… Have you ever gone outside in total darkness looking for it on a wet surface before reading this post? It’s one of those natural wonders you normally overlook due to always being surrounded by artificial lights.
I believe that if we are important enough to be bathed in starlight from every conceivable angle in our universe, light which travelled billions of years just to reach us & thats so bright on arrival that it reflects off you, me & everything else on earth, then we must all be very significantly important in the overall grand scheme of things ?