Jacob Olie Jr. • Rijksmuseum via Wall Street Journal

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

“The first photograph in this book of black-and-white images may, or may not, be a view of the cosmos. It has the pinpoint clusters, unreadable context, and the radiant galactic fogs recognizable from Hubble and various terrestrial observatories. The absence of color denies us further clues as to context.” George Slade • photo-eye

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