January 2, 2014
The Past As Seen by One Who Will Make the Future
image by DimitrisTarsoudis
George Tarsoudis has become a leading imager of the Moon because of hard work, great persistence and the right equipment. That was also the recipe for the success of Apollo 11 as here depicted by George's 7 year old son, Dimitris. Perhaps with his father's astronomic passions, Dimitris can't escape the Moon and the epic story of how humans went there. The Greeks have a long history of wanting to fly into space, and the younger generation carries it forward. What more optimistic start for a new year can we ask?
Crayons, artist tablet and wonderful skill and imagination
George's Lunar Captures website
Yesterday's LPOD: Year 11 Begins
Tomorrow's LPOD: Watching the Other Rilles