Wednesday, December 31, 2008


Hope for the best, prepare for the worst!
Something's coming...

Saturday, December 27, 2008

Kaleidiscopia City Harbour

Dirigibles float past the full moon above the Bridge of Sighs in this view of Kaleidiscop-ia Harbour.
The Kaleidiscopians were leaders in sea, air and space travel for hundreds of generations.
This so-called City of Gems was the capital of the planet Altama in the Cyclops Galaxy many billions of years ago.

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Exploding Skies In Surreal Park

Photo of the famous Golden Arches in Surreal Park. Was lost here for hours last Summer. The sky suddenly exploded!

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Dream Beach

An unknown beach in an unknown universe, maybe something from a nice dream!

Monday, December 22, 2008

Forever Winter

An icy moon with a liquid methane ocean orbits a lifeless, nameless planet in the Cyclops Galaxy. Wispy clouds of methane drift by in the eternally dark sky.

Sunday, December 21, 2008

Winter's First Evening On Jane's World

A double sunset ushers in the first night of Winter on Jane's World. This planet orbits the double-star W0lf 424, only 14 light years away. Our sun is the bright star in the far upper left.

This world, and thousands of others, was named for Jane Sennett-- the heroine of The Great Calamity Of 2010.

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Marmalade Skies

"Picture yourself in a boat on a river, with tangerine trees and marmalade skies...!"

Lennon/McCartney 1967

Friday, December 19, 2008

Winter Storm In Kaleidiscopia City

This Jeweled City on Altama in the Cylcops Galaxy was often plagued by magnetic and electrical storms in its 10,000 year history. The legends of Kaleidiscopia City lasted millions of years after the planet died.

Melting Europa

The last of the ice melts away on the Jovian moon Europa in the distant future. The sun will expand 5 billion years from now, heating Jupiter to a bright orange colour and melting its frozen moons into liquid seas.

The warmer temperatures will also form an atmosphere on Europa. Life will flourish on Europa in the distant future, just as it does now!

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Kaleidiscopia City Carnival

Carnival on an alien planet could be very, very surreal! This planet was called Altama and its capital city was Kaleidiscopia. The inhabitants enjoyed riding around in bizarre balloons!
Altama existed billions of years ago in the Cyclops Galaxy

An Egg In The Asteroid Belt

A gigantic blue egg orbits the asteroid Vesta in the Asteroid Belt. Mars glows red in the background and the earth appears as a blue dot eclipsing the sun. The egg is 150 miles long and its shell is 5 mile thick. Something is growing inside....

The Egg will be discovered during the first manned expedition to the Asteroid Belt in 2078.

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Echo Energy Building in Kaleidiscopia City

This colourful building provided all the energy needs for Kaleidiscopia City for hundreds of years, using nanotechnology and fusion. The entire building glowed with power!

Monday, December 15, 2008

The Electric Universe

This universe is very different than ours. The electromagnetic force is much stronger here.
This has caused bizarre patterns in the formation of stars and planets.

There is no life here, but it is still very beautiful. It is one of the countless 'empty' universes that exist in the Multiverse!

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Parliament Tower On Aurilieus II

A swarm of stars, galaxies and moons surrounds the Parliament Tower on Aurilieus II in the Comma Galaxy, 10,000 years in the future. The Earth is now a forgotten legend from the very distant past...

Winter '08-'09, Full Moon, Ice Storm

The December moon becomes entangled in an ice-coated tree. Another haunting dream...!
The brutal Winter of '08-09 helped set the stage for The Great Calamity of 2010.

Friday, December 12, 2008

Bizarre Tropical Dream

A strange planet with an eccentric orbit and a molten, elliptical moon. A photo from a dream.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

A Distant Moon

The beautiful moon Serpentine is framed in an archway on the Imperial Palace on Gladimoris III. The planet is in the Cyclops Galaxy, 35 billion light years from Earth.
The moon is covered with small lakes and tropical vegetation.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Agra, Petra, and Akwah

Agra is an agricultural world in the Andromeda Galaxy. It is mostly dry grasslands but sports a small ocean. It will be settled during the Third Wave, about 1,500 years from now.

Petra is the reddish moon. It is almost entirely made from quartz except for its small polar ice caps. The highest mountain on Petra is 20 feet!

Akwah is almost 100% pure fresh water. It supplies the drinking water to over 1,000 colony planets.

Monday, December 8, 2008

Triplet Towers Of Neuyawk At Dusk

Neuyawk is a moon of the gas giant Gaspron seen in the upper left. It is one of the oldest colony worlds, settled in 2156, and is only 101 light years from Earth.
In a bizarre twist of fate, the Triple Towers were destroyed in a terrorist attack 09/11/2201!

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Down The Drain

This unfortunate moon just fell into the gravity well of a black hole. Soon the moon will be sucked into another universe, maybe our own!

Friday, December 5, 2008

A Day At The Beach

Nice day on the beach. The UV index was about 10 million! A few flying saucers shared the beach with us!

The Nightmare

Something evil from a horrific nightmare last night...! It waits in the dark...

Thursday, December 4, 2008

The Last Day On Earth

Our Sun will turn into a planet-eating monster in the distant future. The Sun is hours away from devouring the Earth in this scene. The Earth's oceans are shown violently boiling away into space.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

An Evening On Venusia

Venusia is a planet in the Cyclops Galaxy. The photo shows its giant moon rising above some odd alien structures. Venusia's sister planet is Altama, which is shown in the next entry!

Both planets were destroyed billions of years ago in a supernova.

Red Moon Rising

A monstrous looking bloody moon rises above the Bridge of Sighs across Kaleidiscopia Bay. The water turns to crimson in the waning autumnal twilight. The green evening star overhead is Venusia.

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Winter On Jeremius IV

First day of Winter on this planet in the Whirlpool Galaxy. Two beautiful full moons share the velvet skies. Jeremius !V will be settled about 2000 years from now.

Castor And Pollux

These twin worlds are only 136 light years away. The larger planet, Castor, is a desert world. Pollux is very earth-like with continents, clouds, seas and even a hurricane in its primary ocean.

Monday, December 1, 2008

An Unexpected Fate

A celestial intruder has sent this planet and its strange moon on a deadly path into its sun. The unlucky planet's ocean has already started to boil away!