Sunday, August 30, 2009

Alien Greenhouse

Exotic blooms and intense flora grow in the Emperor's Greenhouse on Cordero Prime. Scents and scenes of unimaginable splendors wait under the greenhouse roof.

Vegetation from dozens of galaxies, including the Milky Way, is featured. Strange flowers called 'lily pads' from a planet called Terra are prominently displayed in the plaza.

A green moon called Maholo rises in the jade-coloured skies of this distant world in the Sombrero Galaxy.

City Of Light

City of Dreams, City of Gems, City of Joy. Kaleidiscopia City has hundreds of nicknames throughout the Universe. The Pyramid Building is an example of the Kaleidiscopians fascination with both geometry and light.

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Topiary Eclipse On Cordero Prime

Another stunning eclipse begins at dawn or Cordero Prime. The view is from the topiary section of the Emperor's Garden. The Corderans are obsessed with symmetry!

Eclipses are very common on Cordero Prime, courtesy of the planet's nine moons.

Friday, August 28, 2009

Late Summer Evening On Cordero Prime

A bittersweet evening begins at moonrise in the Emperor's Garden on Cordero Prime. The Summer days have dwindled down to only a precious few. The lush vegetation from all over the Sombrero Galaxy beckons the stars to shine in the pale evening sky.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Edge City

This notorious, domed city on Millagro V circles a purplish star in the Andromeda Galaxy. The domes keep out the lethal rays of the dying sun. Edge City is the gambling mecca of the Universe!

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Cara Terra

This surreal planet in the Whirlpool Galaxy is very earth-like and also very unusual. Curious flying saucers from the Sombrero Galaxy are visiting Cara Terra. Thsy are busy observing a forest of Walking Face Trees, one of the most bizarre life-forms in the Universe!

The silvery-sun of Cara Terra gazes down at its very odd offspring.

Vulcano Dawn

Two orange suns dimly shine through the morning haze on Vulcano. A puff of water vapor escapes from a volcano on this lifeless world in the Sombrero Galaxy.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Vulcano And Pez

Vulcano is a volcanic world in the Sombrero Galaxy. The night sky has thousands of stars and a gigantic moon to turn the landscape a deep blue. A younger volcano still glows an angry red in the foreground!

The moon is called Pez. It sports two ice caps and a planet-wide ocean. Pez was named after the trillions of species of fish it proudly hosts in its alien sea!

Monday, August 24, 2009


A weak sun slowly slips behind a mesa on the Red Planet! Tracks from the Opportunity Rover and some crushed fossilized bones appear on the lower right. A few thin clouds help to decorate the cold evening sky of our mysterious neighbor.

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Regulus III

This planet is only 78 light-years away in the Leo Constellation. A gigantic temple sits atop an active volcano on this oceanic world. Bizarre, kaleidoscopic patterns appear in its seas as the intense sun finally sets.

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Green Evening

An ominous looking pink moon begins to rise as another green evening begins on Cordero Prime. The Emperor's Garden is lush with vegetation from all over the Sombrero Galaxy. Beds of exotic flowers with mysterious scents line a reflecting pool.

The Universe is rich with Life and incredible beauty! It is rich beyond all understanding, beyond all comprehension!

Triassicia II

This steamy world in the Andromeda Galaxy hosts a rich reptilian fauna, much like Earth in its Triassic Period. The small, butterscotch coloured sun is only 45 million miles from Triassicia.

A giant swamp lizard casts its shadow in the foreground.

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Maris In The Morning

Another freezing day begins on icy Maris. A fleet of flying saucers buzzes by as the sun rises above the Ice Tower.

Here Come The Suns

Pongo IV orbits a triple-sun solar system in the Whirlpool Galaxy. The tiny planet orbits each sun individually in an exquisite ballet of celestial mechanics. Pongo IV's azure atmosphere is mostly methane. Lazy, pink clouds of chlorine gas drift by, and gaze down upon a very alien city.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Vecino III

Vecino III orbits a green and yellow star, only 1/4 light-year from Cordreo Prime. It is a ringed-world that can boast of incredible sunsets.

Both colourful suns peak through the amber rings at this beautiful world in the Sombrero Galaxy!

The Vecino flying-saucer airport glows in the foreground.

Sunday, August 16, 2009

A Winter's Day On Maris

Cold Maris orbits its star about the same distance Mars orbits the Sun. Two bright blue UFO's are about to take off for Kaleidiscopia City--the capital of the Cordero Empire in the Sombrero Galaxy.

Friday, August 14, 2009

The City Of Ten-Thousand Stars

An ancient moon gazes down from its bed of stars above the blue towers of Kaleidiscopia City. The capital city of Cordero Prime lies near the center of a very rich and fertile cluster of stars, deep inside the Sombrero Galaxy!


This icy planet is a sibling of Cordero Prime and Venusia. A flying saucer is sailing between two crystalline towers in the distance. The planet is famous for its very cold beauty. Maris circles its sun about the same distance Mars circles our own star.


Venusia is much warmer than its sister planet, Cordero Prime. It is a planet of small seas, lakes and canals. Venusia is an odd mix of Venice and Venus. Only a handful of nearby stars shine in its daytime skies

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Summer Sunset Behind The Seven Towers

The fat, lazy sun takes its time setting on Cordero Prime. The sun is setting behind the Seven Towers of Kaleidiscopia City. Cordero Prime's sister planet, Venusia, takes the role of evening star in the marmalade skies of this distant world.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

The Leaning Tower Of Kaleidiscopia City

The 30,000 foot Leaning Tower tilts very gently to the left in the starry skies of Kaleidiscopia City. The neon-green Cordero Museum in the foreground is only 10,000 feet high.

Monday, August 10, 2009

Bridge Of Cries

The golden Bridge Of Cries crosses the River Nil as it flows through Kaleidiscopia City. Thousands of stars in the sky can't resist gazing at themselves in the famous river as it flows to the sea. The bridge is solid gold, and is one of the Seven Wonders of the Sombrero Galaxy!

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Kashmir Prime

The Summer moon rises above a tranquil seascape on Kashmir Prime. This planet is on the edge of a rich globular cluster in the Sombrero Galaxy. A constellation very much like the Southern Cross helps to decorate the sky!

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Stairway To Heaven

The famous stairway is located 55 million light-years away on a planet in the Sombrero Galaxy. The planet is Cordero Prime and the place is Kaleidiscopia City.

The incredibly gigantic buildings of Kaleidiscopia City seem to touch the heavens. This building is using four-dimensional geometry. The 'stairway' is actually ten-miles high!

Cordero Prime is located in a very dense star cluster. A nearby blue sun has just gone nova!

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Starry, Starry Night

The full moon is called Fue and it gracefully rises above some buildings in Kaleidiscopia City on a warm Summer's night. The massive metropolis covers 99$ of Cordero Prime's land area!

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

The Twin Towers Of Kaleidiscopia City

The gigantic Twin Towers eclipse a dark moon in the star-lit skies of Kaleidiscopia City on Cordero Prime. The city can boast of a 32nd Century technology. It's wide boulevards lined with endless skyscrapers seem to go on forever.

Cordero Prime is close to the center of a globular star cluster in the Sombrero Galaxy. Many of its colony worlds seem to watch from above in the dazzling skies of Kaleidiscopia City!

Saturday, August 1, 2009

High Noon In Kaleidiscopia City

Dozens of nearby stars refuse to leave the sky even in the daytime on Cordero Prime. The lucky planet is located deep inside a thick globular star cluster in the Sombrero Galaxy.

A giant bird sails between the towers of Kaleidiscopia City in the typically green skies of this capital city.

Cordero Prime is a crowded planet, over 1 quadrillion people live there. The pyramid shaped building on the right can easily house 300 million people!