Though I appreciate the photo, I appreciate Craig's sentiment even more. It served to remind me of how much more explicitly wonderful and beautiful the world became after I fully re-acknowledged that it was indeed a part of Creation and not merely some random, meaningless mix of matter and chemicals haphazardly thrown together by chance.
When I was a child, I had an unspoken understanding of Creation. I was filled with a deep sense of wonder and awe. It permeated every fiber of my being. Back then, I was aware of Creation and I was aware that I too was part of Creation, but this understanding slowly faded in my late teens and early twenties. I managed to regain my belief in Creation somewhere in my mid-thirties, and it has enriched my life ever since.
When you understand that we live in Creation, things are not merely beautiful, but Beauty-Full. Art galleries house some of the finest masterpieces in the world, but few can compare with the masterpieces that await you everywhere - like just outside your backdoor, for example.