Wednesday, 07 September 2016 15:01
A Beautiful PlanetWritten by Liz Harris
The film A Beautiful Planet allowed us to experience something we would never normally get to see. Some highlights were seeing the earth at night showing the density of city lights being so bright, a thunderstorm raging across a content, the eye of a cyclone and my favourite Aurora (northern lights).
This film didn’t just show the earth from above but it also showed how small and insignificant our planet is in comparison to the entire universe. It made you appreciate that our planet is very unique and we should take care of it better because if we don’t there isn’t anywhere else to go. That is until we can work out how to travel 100,000’s of lightyears.
A Beautiful Planet didn’t just give us an original magical look at our earth, it gave us the opportunity to imagine what it would be like to be an astronaut living in space. Personally I don’t think I could handle the 3 hours of compulsory exercise each day, so I think I will just stick to watching it on the big screen. Although feeling inspired we ended our day with a trip to Powerhouse Museum so we could at least attempt to experience what we had just seen firsthand with the antigravity simulator.
For more information or to purchase tickets go to A Beautiful Planet
Read 742 times Last modified on Tuesday, 22 November 2016 21:14
Published in Living the Dream