Cincinnati’s Lumenocity is a classical music performance by the symphony, which uses lasers to illuminate the Music Hall building with animations. It’s like Fantasia in real life. It is also a great example of how many adventurers there are right in your own backyard. And more so, I think this is a dramatic example of just how different things can appear. Sometimes to see something different I need look no further than noticing the difference between the morning and evening sunlight on an otherwise familiar flower. Sounds cliché, but I took to heart an idea long ago: “If you want to meet god look no further than a flower.”
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