You cannot predict the future, but you can create it.
— Peter Drucker
The atmosphere, the gas layers around Earth, is very short. NASA explains that if our planet were a basketball, “the atmosphere could be …a thin sheet of plastic wrapped around the ball.” Sunlight colors those gases, usually blue during the day. This December dawn was awesome red.
When the sun can’t color the sky, we see much further, the Milky Way and its glittering stars. Here’s why.
–Charles Caleb Colton
–Tao Te Ching by Lao-Tzu
— Hello Dolly! Musical
Bring artwork to life while decorating with stylish lines and depth
- Image printed directly on 1/16” thick aluminum
- Select sizes from 6″x8″ to 30″x 40″
- Aluminum print offset from wall by ¾” thick wood frame attached to back
- The high-gloss aluminum compliments rich colors with stunning results
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