i love you
currently reading : In Search Of Lost Time, Marcel Proust.
At the Super-Kamiokande observatory in Kamioka, Japan — shown here when it was being filled with water in 2006 — neutrinos interact with atoms inside the water, generating flashes of radiation that are picked up by the surrounding sensors.
“I love your eyes,
my darling friend,
Their play so passionate and bright’ning, When a sudden stare up you send,
And like a heaven-blown lightning, It’d take in all from end to end but there’s more that I admire: Your eyes when they’re downcast In bursts of love-inspired fire And through the eyelash goes fast a somber, dull call of desire..”
― Andrei Tarkovsky,
“This is the strangest life I have ever known.”