Tuesday, December 29, 2009
An emerald colored spaceship makes its final approach to the planet Cordero Prime far below. Kaleidiscopia City covers almost two-thirds of the planet's surface. The Great City is the capital of the Corderan Empire!
A dark-green moon called Malo begins to eclipse its pink sibling as a massive Cargo Spaceship returns from a distant colony.
Cordero Prime lies near the center of a very rich globular star cluster, deep in the very heart of the Sombrero Galaxy.
Sunday, December 27, 2009
An inter-dimensional probe arrives in a crackling blaze of glory, far above another blue world!
This remarkable probe explores all the countless universes and all the incredible realities of Being and Existence.
The probe prepares to launch a greenish flying-saucer to explore the planet further. A shadowy behemoth swims just beneath the surface of the azure sea!
Saturday, December 26, 2009
Richly scented plants bloom in this alien garden as another day begins on a moon called Rica Naranja! This thriving paradise circles a monstrous gas giant, already rising in the background. Balmy, Summer breezes foretell that another incredible day is ahead!
Rica Naranja's sun is orange and spotted. The Black-Eyed Galaxy is millions of light-years away. It is also one of the most beautiful galaxies in the Universe!
Thursday, December 24, 2009
Monday, December 21, 2009
Waves of liquid ammonia rush to a green shore on the planet Mer de Lunas. This deceptively tropical world is actually extremely cold, almost -160 degrees!
The two moons raise high tides on this beautiful, but very alien world.
Sunday, December 20, 2009
Terraqua is a world only 185 light-years away in the Aquarius Constellation. It's alien race has reached a mid-20th Century technology. The scene is from a plaza of one of its many pleasant cities. Terraqua orbits its dim, reddish sun at a distance of only 55 million miles.
Aquaterra is almost 100% liquid H2O. The 'moon' is a gigantic drop of water that orbits the planet!
Saturday, December 19, 2009
Red Ares rises above the Jasmine Sea on the planet Mariner in the Whirlpool Galaxy. Ares and Mariner are fraternal twin worlds that rotate around each other as they circle their sun.
Ares is mostly a desert world, except for its poles. A violent blizzard rages at its North Pole at the moment.
Mariner is a blue world of warm, salty seas and purplish mountains. The Jasmine Sea hosts a species of gigantic squids!
Friday, December 18, 2009
The planet Yamara is very, very far away. Yamara is in another Universe, many trillions of light-years away. Its gigantic sun bathes the planet in ultraviolet light. The planet is covered with thick, tropical vegetation with many tranquil streams. Yamara is a planet of peace and contemplation.
A small moon made from dark matter tries to eclipse the strange sun, but eventually gives up in defeat.
How strange Life is! How it differs from the rest!
Thursday, December 17, 2009
A bizarre sun rises over cliffs of gigantic amethyst crystals on this purplish world in the Sombrero Galaxy. Amethyst II sports 200-foot high cathedrals of these beautiful gems. The amethyst cathedral on the right glows a warm red on the inside.
This Universe rings with both Grace and Beauty! It is beyond all understanding and beyond all comprehension, any yet, it is!
Sunday, December 13, 2009
A new world called Aurora is born in the Andromeda Galaxy. Aurora is still red-hot! A crater filled with a lake of molten tin and lead is in the foreground.
Alba rises above the walls of the crater. The newborn moon still sports many steamy volcanoes on its dark surface. Alba is about the size of our own moon.
Elba is only one-half the size of Alba and has already cooled enough to host blue seas on its surface.
Eventually, Aurora will give birth to a race of beings that will colonize the entire Andromeda Galaxy--many, many eons from now...
Life in the Universe is eternal! Life always wins!
A bright full moon named Azul rises above a forest on Invierno III in the Whirlpool Galaxy. Giant night-birds perch in the upper branches of the barren trees. The planet is very earth-like, and very beautiful.
Azul sports a massive crater that almost shattered the moon eons ago.
Thursday, December 10, 2009
A Butterfly-ship prepares to land on Las Fuentes with the Emperor himself on board! Las Fuentes is one of the many 'pleasure planets' owned by the Corderan Royal Family. It is a world of rich gardens, geysers and fountains, only 120 light-years from Cordero Prime.
Emperor Panceta CCXLVII himself is at the helm!
A survey ship from Cordero Prime tests the strange waters of a nameless planet as a massive moon rises in the background. The Corderans add almost 100 planets a day to their empire in the Sombrero Galaxy. The Cordero Empire includes almost 100 million worlds!
Monday, December 7, 2009
A moon named Malo is rising behind an ancient monument on Cordero Prime. Malo is a semi-arid moon with water-filled craters. It also sports an impressive system of canals that can be seen from Cordero Prime.
The skies turn to every shade of purple and red as another day ends on this unforgettable world in the Sombrero Galaxy!
Saturday, December 5, 2009
Friday, December 4, 2009
A moon called Rosada de Luna rises over the Parliament Building on an early Winter's eve in Kaleidiscopia City. Whispy, white clouds float in the moon's muggy atmosphere.
The Cordero Empire flag is on the right. Their rich empire covers almost 2/3 of the Sombrero Galaxy. A Corderan wedding is taking place at the top of the steps!
Nine gigantic moons orbit the planet of Cordero Prime. The gravitational balance of the moons is extremely fragile!
The City of Gems. The City of 10,000 Stars. The City of Light. Kaleidiscopia City has dozens of nicknames throughout the Universe. The Kaleidiscopians are obsessed with both geometry and light, and their city dazzles both the mind and the soul. The city's gigantic skyscrapers and alien architecture can be very disorienting!
Wednesday, December 2, 2009
A moon called Verde rises above a seascape on the planet Aceituna somewhere in the Whirlpool Galaxy. Warm waves rush to the shore as the sky turns an olive green.
Verde sports an ice cap. It is a water-moon, and filled with exotic marine life.
How rich this Universe is! The Universe hums with both life and beauty--everywhere!
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
A fat, full moon rises over The Library! This massive building contains information about quadrillions of planets and civilizations. It is considered the very center of intellect in the Universe.
The famous steps of The Library have been worn down in the middle over by the countless visitors over the centuries.
The ruddy sun is reflected trillions of times in the crystalline towers of Kaleidiscopia City as the first sunset of Winter begins.
This so-called City of Gems is the capital city of the Corderan Empire in the Sombrero Galaxy.
Thursday, November 26, 2009
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Monday, November 23, 2009
Friday, November 20, 2009
The first full moon of the evening brushes by the Twin Towers of the Kaleidiscopia Museum on Escher Plaza. Nine moons shine in the skies of Kaleidiscopia City every night.
Millions of stars gaze down with curiousty upon this capital city of the Cordero Empire.
An orange mist rises in the early-morning hours above the steamy skyline of Venusia City. The city sits almost at the North Pole on this very tropical Venus-like world. Canals and waterways crisscross the alien capital. Venusia is a sister planet of Cordero Prime in the Sombrero Galaxy.
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
An egg-shaped flying saucer floats behind the skyline of an alien city in the Delta Quadrant of the Milky Way Galaxy. This civilization can boast of a technology millions of years old. The nameless race is completely beyond our comprehension and understanding.
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
A bloated purple sun sinks behind the golden towers of the Emperor's Palace. The evening sky turns crimson as a football-shaped flying saucer from the planet Maris whizzes by.
The palace is made from pure gold, and is almost 10,000 years old. Cordero Prime is located in the Sombrero Galaxy, over 55 million light-years away...
Sunday, November 15, 2009
A rogue planet from a distant galaxy is about to make a head-on collision with the planet Cielo Fuego in the Whirlpool Galaxy. The ocean literally goes down the drain in the foreground as a massive purple tsunami looms in the distance.
Massive gravitational tides are also causing the rogue planet to disintegrate as the skies above Cielo Fuego burst into flames!
Saturday, November 14, 2009
Friday, November 13, 2009
Thursday, November 12, 2009
The most famous museum in the Universe is in Kaleidiscopia City on Cordero Prime. The Museum houses works from artists from thousands of different planets.
The Kaleidiscopia Museum's massive, multidimensional steps and crystal dome make this building one of the crown jewels of this so-called City of Gems.
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
An exploratory probe from the Corderan Empire in the Sombrero Galaxy is busy listening to electronic signals deep in the heart of the Milky Way Galaxy. The probe just pirked up some tantalizing transmissions from Sol III. Estimated time of arrival is three months away!
Monday, November 9, 2009
Bizarre buildings at unusual angles typify one of the main tourist attractions in Kaleidiscopia City. The Escher Plaza was named after an artist that lived in the Milky Way Galaxy.
The bright evening sun turns the buildings into shades of purple on this planet in the Sombrero Galaxy.
Saturday, November 7, 2009
Friday, November 6, 2009
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Monday, November 2, 2009
A family of comets harmlessly buzzes by the Red Pyramid on the planet Cordero Prime. The planet has thousands of stars close by--all within one light-year. Celestial collisions and unexpected visitors to the skies of Cordero Prime are common.
The Red Pyramid is multi-dimensional, and was built by the Corderans thousands of years ago.
Sunday, November 1, 2009
Saturday, October 31, 2009
The radiant colours of a crystal tree glow in the warm dusk on Piedra III in the Andromeda Galaxy. Two moons are rising in the alien sunset. Amarillo, the yellow moon, is covered with desert sands. Nieve, the white moon, is covered with ice and snow.
Giant pterodactyl-like creatures glide in the warm, moon-lit skies of Piedra III.
Friday, October 30, 2009
An enormous warship from the Cordero Empire suddenly appears in the cerulean skies of Llegada III in the Sombrero Galaxy. Llegada III is only at a 15th Century level of development and no match for the Corderans! The Cordero Empire can boast of conquering over 10,000 planets in the Sombrero Galaxy.
Thursday, October 29, 2009
A Summer's dawn on Memnos III showcases the Three Sentinels in the Valley of Obelisks. The monuments seem to give off their own energy.
A beautiful moon named Bonita shares the early morning skies on this distant planet in the Sombrero Galaxy. Bonita sports a large ice cap with fertile continents and seas.
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
A sun sets behind a giant obelisk on Memnos III in the Sombrero Galaxy. This very ancient civilization builds giant pyramids, obelisks and spheres as monuments. Millions of stars are close by, but the shy Memnosians prefer to be alone, and not explore Outer Space.
A small flying saucer from Cordero Prime buzzes to the left of the obelisk.
Monday, October 26, 2009
Venusia orbits the same star as its siblings, Cordero Prime and Maris. Venusia is only 65 million miles from its sun and is very hot and humid. Most places receive over two-hundred inches of rain a year. The planet is rich with tropical forests and massive swamps!
Gigantic floating pods grow on top of a thick marsh in the foreground. The clouds break to reveal Venusia's famous jade coloured skies.
Saturday, October 24, 2009
Friday, October 23, 2009
Richly scented blooms line the Emperor's Walkway on Cordero Prime. Lush, exotic plants and trees from dozens of galaxies grow on the palace grounds. The Gardens have been cultivated for over 10,000 years, since the early days of the Empire.
Some stars still dare to show themselves in the morning light. Cordero Prime is located in a very dense globular star cluster in the Sombrero Galaxy, about 55 million light years away. Many local stars are less than one light-year from the planet.
Thursday, October 22, 2009
A fancy, hat-shaped flying saucer takes off from the Interplanetary Spaceport on Maris. The destination will be its sibling planet, the planet Cordero Prime. Maris orbits about the same distance Mars circles our sun, and is very cold!
Both planets, as well as their steamy sister Venusia, orbit the same bluish sun. Their sun lies deep inside a globular star cluster, near the very heart of the Sombrero Galaxy.
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
A battle-scarred moon rises behind the ancient Parliament Building in Kaleidiscopia City on Cordero Prime. The 10,000 year old building is covered with jewels, and it lends Kaleiediscopia City both its name and its nickname--The City of Gems!
Sunday, October 18, 2009
A colourful mother-ship lifts off in a haze of purple Tesla Waves from Traigo II. The lone planet orbits a sun ejected from the Milky Way Galaxy eons ago. Only its giant artificial moon and one other star haunt its empty skies.