Sunday, January 31, 2010

Beehive City

Kaleidiscopia City also extends far beneath the planet's surface. Countless trillions live and work in the less-expensive underground neighborhoods. There is a constant humming and droning from the gigantic machinery overhead. The noise gives this part of Kaleidiscopia City its nickname-- 'the Beehive City!'

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Broard Street, Kaleidiscopia City

The streets of Kaleidiscopia City can stretch for thousands of miles. Broard Street itself is over 50 miles wide and 5280 miles long. This famous boulevard boasts millions of massive skyscrapers. Kaleidiscopia City can brag of over 850 quadrillion residents.

Two green commuter-globes buzz through the green skies of this so-called City of Gems!

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Oí Rising Over Escher Plaza

Oí is Cordero Prime's smallest and closest moon. The strange satellite orbits the planet once every 11 hours. Strong gravitational tidal forces make Oí a molten moon with thousands of erupting volcanoes!

Escher Plaza is in Kaleidiscopia City on Cordero Prime. Melting skyscrapers seem to sag in the warm and hazy Summer night. Thousands of nearby stars burn through the haze on this alien world.

Cordero Prime orbits a blue sun, deep inside a massive globular star cluster. This beautiful planet lies near the very heart of the Sombrero Galaxy!

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Purple Night

A moon called Morrada de Luna gazes down at the purple skyscrapers of Kaleidiscopia City. Thousands of nearby stars give the dark night sky a purple tint. Two green flying saucers soar overhead in the starry skies of Cordero Prime!

Friday, January 22, 2010

Purple Morning

The purple sun of Cordero Prime is covered with spots as it dawns above the glorious canyons of Kaleidiscopia City. The Blue Tower is almost 10-miles tall and is home to over a billion people. It is one of the Seven Wonders of the Sombrero Galaxy!

A golden flying saucer glides through the early-morning mist, far above the streets of this remarkable city.

Purple Afternoon

The surreal skyscrapers of Kaleidiscopia City seem even more dream-like as the sky turns to purple on this Winter's afternoon. The sun hides behind the crest of a building almost seven miles tall.

Shadows and reflections seem to boune off each other in the strange and psychedelic city skyline!

Market Street, Kaleidiscopia City

The most famous street in the Sombrero Galaxy shimmers with reflected light. Market Street skyscrapers are over seven miles high. The Gold Pyramid that divides Market Street is over 15,000 years old!

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Harvest Moon Rises

The Harvest Moon burns a dark red halo around itself in the green evening skies of Kaleidiscopia City! Five gigantic Cordero birds with 80-feet wingspans dance around each other in the pale moonlight. A thick, green fog hides even the brightest stars from view.

Kaleidiscopia City is the capital of the Corderan Empire in the Sombrero Galaxy. The immense empire spans almost two-thirds of the distant galaxy!

Flying Triangle Over Tormenta II

A triangle shaped UFO buzzes the skies of Tormenta II in the Pleiades star cluster. This tranquil and surrel planet is very warm and temperate. Rich fields of colourful grasses wave in the warm, autumnal breezes of this alien gem!

Monday, January 18, 2010

Triple Moonrise Over The Great Library

The skies of Cordero Prime are never empty. Millions of nearby stars light up the night skies, and the planet is graced with nine major moons. Amarillo and Gris rise together above the Library, while Rosada de Luna rises at a safer distance in the background.

The Great Library houses information about quadrillions of life forms throughout the Universe and is over 12,000 years old. The ancient building is one of the most visited sites in the Universe!

Saturday, January 16, 2010

End Of The Eclipse On Oro III In The Sombrero Galaxy

The sky turns to gold after a rare solar eclipse ends on Oro III. Giant birds sail overhead in the strange amber twilight. A nearby star dares to show its face in the eerie twilight.

The Sombrero Galaxy is a beehive of life! This rich, beautiful galaxy hums with the energy of quadrillions of exotic life forms and trillions of worlds!

Another Winter's Day On Maris

The Twin Towers of Maris glow an amber hue as another wintry day begins on icy Maris. Winter's on Maris last six-months and are very, very cold. The distant blue-sun sheds little warmth in the sullen silver skies.

Maris is the cold sibling of both Cordero Prime and hot Venusia. The planets orbit their sun deep inside a rich globular cluster of stars. The cluster is located near the very heart of the Sombrero Galaxy!

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Kauimauilanai IV

The planet Kauimauilanai IV orbits a double-star deep inside the Whirlpool Galaxy. This balmy paradise of a world also sports gigantic volcanoes. The monstrous volcanoes in the background are all over 20 miles tall. Billows of steam arise from the craters, giving the sky an orange hue.

How rich this Universe is! Beauty, and life are both endless and everywhere!

Saturday, January 9, 2010

The Evening Skies Of Rica Naranja

Twilight on Rica Naranja intensifies the colours of the incredibly rich blooms on this lush moon. Rica Naranja orbits a gas giant planet that orbits a sun in the Black--Eyed Galaxy!

Evening shadows stain the alien blooms with every shade of green and blue. A sister moon, Rica Rota, decorates the fluorescent blue skies.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

A Winter's Eve In Kaleidiscopia City

Gigantic skyscrapers over 7 miles high line a quiet residential street in Kaleidiscopia City. Each building houses over 10 million people. The city's total population--850 trillion!

The Harvest Moon rises in the greenish skies above this immense capital city of Cordero Prime.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Double Sun Set On Primaverde II

Two fiery suns dip below the horizon as another day ends on Primaverde II. This very lush, green world orbits a pair of identical twin stars in the Sombrero Galaxy. It is only one of the Corderan Emperor's so-called 'pleasure worlds.'

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Tormenta II

The planet Tormenta II circles a sun in the Pleiades star cluster. One of the Seven Sisters is already rising in the blue, autumnal twilight. This very rich, earth-like planet sports a nearby nebula in its tranquil skies.

Friday, January 1, 2010

Rica Playa Dawn

A sun, a planet and another moon rise in the first moments of dawn on a moon called Rica Playa in Black--Eyed Galaxy! Rica Playa orbits an orange-coloured gas giant. A watery-moon called Rico Agua gracefully rises in the distance. A spotted sun silently gazes at the alien scene.

The waters of Rica Playa glow a fluorescent blue. Sunbathing and swimming on this beautiful beach can be a nightmare. Gigantic serpentine dinosaurs roam its sandy beaches. The beasts search for prey and leave their sinewy tracks behind them in the soft sand.