Apr 22, 2012

“Those who have a memory are able to live in the fragile present moment. Those who have none, don’t live anywhere.” —Patricio Guzmán, director, Nostalgia de la Luz, or Nostalgia for the Light

[Image: The ESO’s La Silla telescope site in the southern Atacama Desert, Chile. Credit: Iztok Boncina/ESO. “Astronomy and archaeology, Mr. Guzmán believes, are variations of the same quest, with one directed toward the sky and the other into the earth.”]

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Those who have a memory are able to live in the fragile present moment. Those who have none, don’t live anywhere.” —Patricio Guzmán, director, Nostalgia de la Luz, or Nostalgia for the Light

[Image: The ESO’s La Silla telescope site in the southern Atacama Desert, Chile. Credit: Iztok Boncina/ESO. “Astronomy and archaeology, Mr. Guzmán believes, are variations of the same quest, with one directed toward the sky and the other into the earth.”]

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