Sunday, March 28, 2010
The sun always shines in Kaleidiscopia City on Cordero Prime. The immense City of Dreams extends over 15,000 miles at its widest point. The sun is rising in East Kaleidiscopia City at the same time it is setting in West Kaleidiscopia City!
A ruddy sun peaks from behind the Fire Tower as a new day dawns for The City of 10,000 Stars. The Fire Tower is over 10 miles high and is the city's easternmost building.
The Hotel de Kaleidiscopia City has exactly 1,000,000,001 rooms and is always full. The City of Gems receives over a trillion tourists every day, from everywhere in the Universe. Kaleidiscopia City itself has over 850 quadrillion residents.
The Kaleidiscopians are obsessed with Euclidean geometry, as well as colour and light. Their incredible city is the center of the Corderan Empire.
The early Spring afternoon sky sports an olive hue, as the surreal sun slowly sinks behind the Hotel.
Saturday, March 27, 2010
Tumba III is a dead world, far away in the Sombrero Galaxy. Apparently it was a giant graveyard-world for some long vanished race. Massive pyramids and mausoleums cover the planet, and ghosts are often seen. No one stays on Tumba III for very long.
A dead moon called Alma haunts the reddish skies of this spooky world.
Thursday, March 25, 2010
A massive full moon is raising a monstrous tidal wave on the planet Mar de Luna. Immense waves are already washing over some volcanic islands! Mar de Luna is near the edge of the Black--Eyed Galaxy.
The spotted moon is called Onda. The moon's surface of solid ice is melting to reveal a yellow ocean underneath. Onda will eventually collide with Mar de Luna!
Thursday, March 18, 2010
A nearly full moon named Echo rises in the Spring twilight on a planet named Aurora III. This rich, green world is very humid, with many swamps and marshes.
Echo is also very green, and completely covered with a thick jungle. The strange moon has only one ocean, located on its north pole.
The Black-Eyed Galaxy is extremely fertile--and remarkably beautiful!
The first day of Summer dawns on Aurora III. This rich, earth-like world also sports a bright blue ring in its skies, much like Saturn.
Aurora III is a swampy world of green and gold vegetation. Its ruddy sun lies near the very heart of the Black--Eyed Galaxy.
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
An evening shuttle sails over the domes of The Temple of the Four on Cordero Prime. The shuttle is from Cordero Prime's sister planet, Venusia.
The sacred temple marks the spot where The Four ascended to Heaven over 10,000 years ago. Over 800 quintillion people in the Sombrero Galaxy worship The Four, making it the most popular religion in the Universe!
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
A space probe from Cordero Prime discovers another green world on the fringes of the Sombrero Galaxy. The nameless planet spins around a double star system and is suitable for colonization.
Although the Corderan Empire is over 10,000 years old, it still discovers hundreds of terrestrial planets like this one every day.
The universe is very alien, but very rich with life!
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
I accidentally photographed a ghost last summer, but didn't know about it until today. Last summer, I was walking by the Schuylkill River near Valley Forge when I saw a snake jump in the water. I snapped a photo right away, but missed my target. Many months later I looked at the photo again and saw this.
There is a skeletal face of a man in the lower left corner. It looks like he's wearing some sort of hat. Long curls hang down the left and right sides of his head. He looks like he's from the 18th Century. He's looking right at the camera and he doesn't look too happy...
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
Salamandaria is a very green and alien world in the Black--Eyed Galaxy! Two moons are setting in its aquamarine skies. A bright, yellow sun rises above a strange, watery park.
The Salamadarians are a space-faring, amphibious race. Their empire spans almost half of the Black--Eyed Galaxy! Two of their crystalline spacecraft hover by the water's edge!
Monday, March 8, 2010
Velada is a boring agricultural world that helps feed Cordero Prime. It is only 14 light-years away from the Home-world in the Sombrero Galaxy.
Velada has one beautiful moon, called Nevara. Nevara sports a gigantic frozen ocean on its surface. The icy glow lights up the nighttime skies.
Saturday, March 6, 2010
Green Malo rises behind some skyscrapers in Kaleidiscopia City on Cordero Prime. Malo sports several large craters filled with water. Irrigation canals crisscross all over the face of the fertile moon.
Cordero Prime is near the very center of a rich globular cluster of stars. Millions of stars shine in its velvet skies!
This beautiful world is bathed in ultraviolet light from its strange, bluish sun. Puffy clouds float by in the tranquil, surreal skies.
Some kind of alien structure is wading in the salty water, looking for bizarre marine specimens.
The Universe is rich with all sorts of life-forms. The Black--Eyed Galaxy is especially fertile!
Monday, March 1, 2010
The tropical planet of Azulamarillo III lies near the edge of the Black--Eyed Galaxy. Two beautiful suns, yellow and blue, rotate around each other once an hour in the turquoise skies. Their celestial dance creates beautiful colours on this tranquil beach.
A topaz ocean rushes to the chartreuse shores of this jeweled world so very far away...