For years I've been telling myself to sit down and actually write something worth saying, and share it with everyone. While this seems a bit like a self-improvement session at the moment, I hope it will actually be of some use to someone else as soon as possible. Until then, here's the most significant and profound photograph ever taken, the Hubble Ultra Deep Field, created by photons which travelled for over 13 billion (!) years. That's pretty crazy on its own, but the story behind the image twists my mind around. Hubble was aimed at what appeared to be empty sky, proving there's *way more* out there than anyone ever imagined. Carl Sagan was probably right about everything.