Thursday, November 26, 2009

The Canyons Of Kaleidiscopia City

A giant bird sails above the rainbow-coloured towers of Kaleidiscopia City on Cordero Prime. Massive solar storms turn the sky a deep indigo. The densely populated alien city can boast of a population of over 85 trillion!

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

El Rojo And Aquaagua

A red-giant sun sets on El Rojo in the Andromeda Galaxy. The red planet sports an aquamarine moon named Aquaagua in the evening sky. Aquaagua is a water-moon with a salty ocean over 300 miles deep!

Monday, November 23, 2009

Tranquilidad II

Another relaxing day ends with a double-sunset on Tranquilidad II in the Whirlpool Galaxy. The twin suns lazily set behind the violet waves as the sky turns to topaz on this very distant world.

Friday, November 20, 2009

Full Moon Over Escher Plaza In Kaleidiscopia City

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.

Venusia City

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

Alien Afternoon

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

Late Autumn Sunset Behind The Emperor's Palace On Cordero Prime

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

Cielo Fuego Tsunami

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

Indigo VIII Morning

A butterscotch coloured sun rises an hour before a giant moon also dawns on the planet Indigo VIII. The misty planet lies towards the Virgo Constellation; only about 100 light years away.

Friday, November 13, 2009

Olde City

The Republican monuments of Olde Kaleidiscopia City still stand beside the River Nil. The monuments are almost 12,000 years old!

An early-Winter sun begins its slow descent next to the Black Tower, as another day ends on Cordero Prime.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

The Kaleidiscopia Museum On Cordero Prime

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

The Probe From Cordero Prime

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

Escher Plaza In Kaleidiscopia City

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

Ciudadano V

The citizens of Ciudadano V build their cities from hyper-dimensional crystals. They are a silicon-based, methane breathing race. Ciudadano V is a planet very far away on the other side of the Universe, about 38 billion light years.

Friday, November 6, 2009

Another Relic

A relic of a lost space-faring civilization orbits high above the Milky Way Galaxy.

Countless alien civilizations have already come and gone. This relic is almost 1 billion years old and is as huge as our solar system!

Dusk On Memnos III

The evening skies turns to silver above an ancient plaza on Memnos III in the Sombrero Galaxy. A blue-green moon and a bright evening star share the skies with The Dark Obelisk on this strange, but beautiful planet.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Eclipse And Eruption On Equipage IV

Equipage IV is a tropical, sultry planet about 200 light-years away. A violet-coloured moon is about to eclipse an amber-coloured sun just as a volcano explodes!

Monday, November 2, 2009

Comets Buzz Past The Red Pyramid On Cordero Prime

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

Chem Trail Skies On Sera Bella

Flying saucers from Cordero Prime buzz the surreal skies of Sera Bella in the Sombrero Galaxy.

The alien spaceships are investigating the bizarre chem-trails that lace the autumnal skies of this beautiful planet.