I'm having one of those reflective moments. Right now I'm in love with this picture: Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! Sure, the exaggerated colors give the picture an unnatural feel, but it's rather hard to make an artistic critique of a picture taken by a robot hurtling through empty space over a million miles from the object and a billion miles from home. Home. That's why I love this picture. Look to the left of the planet, just inside the G ring. There's a tiny dot right near the ten o'clock position. Home. That's Earth. This is among a set of images that are the first color pictures taken of Earth from the outer solar system since Voyager 1 looked homeward nineteen years ago. Say "Hi". We're a billion miles away in this picture. That's so damn cool. The brief explanation of this image is available from APOD. A longer caption, as well as the full-resolution version in JPG and TIFF formats, is available from JPL. I am in awe of the Cassini Imaging Team.