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See, that was my little theme music. What’d you guys think? Do not expect me to be able to do that theme music for a second time. ‘Cause I don’t remember, but it’s all good. I hope you liked this first time and only time. All right. I like this, this Sublime Nature. Just like, look through the artists. “Photographs in that awe and inspire.” and that’s what I’m talking about. All right. Let’s look for… Excuse me. It’s natural, right? It’s nature. Look at the buffalo running. Why is he…? Why? How come you only got two of him running. Him and him are running. The other ones kind of look like they’re kind of just moseying around, any which way. Look at. Oh, look at the penguins.

This is cool, man. Whoa. Try and get just the pictures in there for you. Those were the beginning pictures. All right. Now let’s… “Give, grace, joy, peace.” I mean, literally you guys see that the, we have four different things to choose from. Yeah. As we know this, isn’t going to be any in-depth article.

What is this? What the…?

Those are people. Where is that? Cave of Crystals in Chihuahua, Mexico. Oh, I know how to solve this problem. Well, I’m going to do is I’m just going to take like a small little picture for you guys of something and… Well, no, I’ll just do some research on them. If I find something, oh look at that guy that… That’s that’s an iguana eye.

Wait, wait a minute. Just the… What do you mean, an island collapses? Where does it go? So right here, it says, “After a small atoll island collapses, a magnificent azure sink hole remains surrounded by coral in the Blue Hole National Moment Lighthouse in Belize.” So wait a minute. There’s a sink hole, why is it? What do you mean? I don’t understand that. Why doesn’t the water just fill it up? That is very confusing. I will have to… We’re talking about the… So we got a couple of different ones, but we’re going to have to, I’m going to have to do some research on that. [inaudible 00:03:17]

I liked that Leonardo da Vinci said that simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication. Going to go further. Oh, that’s that’s a beautiful picture.

That’s an awesome one. I like the picture holding the… Or the bird holding the butterfly.

Oh, it’s dolphins. Look at that, that’s majestic. Is that even real? What is that?

“The twisted and contoured branches of an ancient bristlecone pine lie silently amid a snowy wooded landscape in California White Mountains.” That is a cool tree.

Lao-Tzu. “Nature does not hurry. Yet everything is accomplished.”

Oh, that’s beautiful.

That’s beautiful on the picture, when you’re there, it’s probably freezing. You can see all the snow. But with the moon and the day. Yeah. That’s what I’m talking about. “All nature… Wears one universal grin.”

Oh, that’s a nice rainbow.

It’s really defined over here. Look at that. And then over here, it’s a little, it’s not quite as much, but that’s awesome.

Oh, look. He’s doing a dance. Do a little dance. Make a little love. Get down tonight. Yeah. “Find out where joy resides and give it a voice far beyond singing, for to miss the joy is to miss all.” Robert Louis Stevenson.

This is a… Verreaux’s. Sifaka. “Hops from tree to tree across open ground in the spiny desert of Southern Madagascar.”

All right. Well, I mean, honestly, I think you guys seen enough pictures. Hopefully these pictures incited you a little bit and more like, look at some of them for yourself. What’s this? “One touch of nature makes the world, or the whole world kin.” All right, William. Oh, wow. Look at that picture. Let’s keep going.

Emily Dickinson said, “Hope is the one thing with feathers that perches in the soul and sings the tune without words and never stops at all.” That can be a very dangerous statement. Very dangerous.

What is that? And some kind of animal, look at that. Look at that. Oh, it’s a seal. I would have never guessed it was a seal, but yeah, it’s a seal. Look at his nose. You got to see him, see it over here. It says… I can’t get it into focus, whatever. I’ll let you guys look at this and I’ll read it to you. “Sensitive the whiskers twist and curl on the snout of a bearded seal in Svalbard, in Norway.” In Norway.

And this is the last one. Then we’re going. By William Blake: “To see a world in a grain of sand and a heaven in a wildflower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour.”