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.
Saturday, October 17, 2009
Friday, October 16, 2009
Every season has its dramatic scenery in the skies above Kaleidiscopia City on Cordero Prime. The planet lies in the middle of a rich star cluster in the Sombrero Galaxy, thick with stars and bursting with life! Kaleidiscopia City, perhaps the most famous city in the Universe, hums with the life force of trillions of inhabitants from thousands of planets, including Earth.
This scene is from Southern Street, the musical hub of this fabled City of Gems. Haunting melodies caress the chill away from the early Autumn air.
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Monday, October 12, 2009
An alien race prepares to take its first step into Outer Space on the planet Cohete IV in the Andromeda Galaxy. The rocket will travel to the dark-red moon that is sailing through Cohete's dream-like azure skies. The bizarre moon sports numerous large craters that harbour liquid water--and life.
A crimson sunset heralds the rising of a scarlet moon on Rojo III in the Whirlpool Galaxy as a yellow dust-devil dances to the left. This intensely hot world can boast of a vibrant ecosystem underneath its baked surface.
How rich with life this Universe is! It is beyond all understanding, beyond all comprehension; and yet, it is.
Friday, October 9, 2009
A golden UFO buzzes by a beach on El Mar II in the Sombrero Galaxy. Two suns rise above the indigo waters of Echo Beach as another beautiful day begins on this sun-drenched world.
El Mar II is one of the Sombrero Galaxy's most popular vacation planets. It's mauve beaches attract beings from all over the Universe.
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Sunday, October 4, 2009
A delicately winged alien spaceship sails over the Bridge of Sighs across Kaleidiscopia Harbour. Skies were party cloudy and emerald green on this beautiful autumnal day. The Corderan skies typically turn a deep indigo colour at sunset.
Saturday, October 3, 2009
A cool breeze off Kaleidiscopia Harbour sets the tone for an early Autumn sunset on Cordero Prime. The Bridge of Sighs is in the background. Some of the closer stars are already making their appearance on this world in the Sombrero Galaxy.
The bizarre crosses in the foreground are for an autumnal Corderan religious feast.
Friday, October 2, 2009
The enormous twin beacons of lights on Cordero Prime are one of the Seven Wonders of the Sombrero Galaxy! The Great Beacons can be seen from all of the thousands of colony worlds of the Cordero Empire.
The Statue Of Empire is located between the Great Beacon, and is considered the centre of this very rich galactic empire!