Catch ‘Cosmic Micro Landscapes’ while you can | lifestyle


This edition of GO! Since we are dedicated to the moon, we thought we would like to remind you that you still have a few weeks to see “Cosmic Micro-Landscapes” at the High Desert Museum in Bend.

Seattle photographer Neil H. Buckland and University of Washington geology professor and meteorite scientist Tony Irving created the exhibition, which opened in March, examining the similarities between terrestrial rocks and meteorites.

The exhibition shows colorful, kaleidoscopic images of meteorites as well as the actual moon and Martian rocks. Buckland uses special filters to bring out bright colors from meteorites on large panels up to eight feet high and eight feet wide.

“Cosmic Microscapes” is included in the museum admission and exhibitions until July 18th. The museum is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.