"The professor, though familiar with London, Paris, Amsterdam, and priceless collections throughout the world, had never spent much time in nature. He went into rapture over the Klabal's meadow. He hopped around like a small child, observing the grasshoppers, beetles, and flowers.
'Oh, Popper', he cried, 'it's a miracle! Nature is so beautiful! It looks like kitsch!'
Ota Pavel, How I Came to Know Fish, Penguin Books, 1990.