Friday, February 26, 2010
A beautiful, blue sun hides behind the towers of Kaleidiscopia City during an afternoon in late-Winter. This very rich, enormous city of 850 quadrillion people is the capital city of Cordero Prime, in the Sombrero Galaxy.
How rich with Life this Universe is! So many countless worlds, all of them brimming with the richness that Life brings!
Sunday, February 21, 2010
The evening shuttle from Cordero Prime sails through the cranberry skies of Calabaza III. This very beautiful planet is a 'suburb' of Cordero Prime. Billions of people commute the 25-light year distance everyday. The trip only takes 10 minutes.
Calabaza III orbits a blue sun, near the center of the Sombrero Galaxy. It is only one of the 800,000 colony worlds of the very rich and powerful Corderan Empire!
Friday, February 12, 2010
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Sunday, February 7, 2010
Seco III is a desert planet, only 25 light-years from Cordero Prime. Two Mother Ships from the Home-world gracefully sail through its ruddy skies.
Satellite City is the gambling mecca of the Sombrero Galaxy. Many of the Colonists stop here one last time before going to the Outer Worlds. Buildings in Satellite City are well over 10 miles high. The famous Dark Pyramid, with its incredible secrets, lurks in the background as the desert sun burns in the surreal skies!
Thursday, February 4, 2010
A dark green Mother Ship hovers over the skyscrapers of Kaleidiscopia City, looking for new passengers. Over one-billion people a day leave the crowded city of 850 quadrillion! They help to settle the sparsely populated Colony Worlds of the vast Corderan Empire. This rich empire spans most of the Sombrero Galaxy!
Monday, February 1, 2010
A moon called Hielo slowly rises over the planet Nieve, deep in the very heart of the Black--Eye Galaxy! Icy Hielo sports an impressive ice-cap on its rocky surface. Strange, purple flowers bloom on Nieve despite the sub-zero temperatures.
Wispy blue clouds lazily drift across the face of Hielo as another day dawns on this very distant world so very far away.