Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Alien Evening In The Sombrero Galaxy

A football-shaped moon rises among the spires of some alien planet in the Sombrero Galaxy. The skies turn to green while a flying saucer buzzes overhead in this very alien evening...

Friday, November 23, 2012

Alien Morning In The Sombrero Galaxy

Dawn begins on one of the trillions of terrestrial worlds in the Sombrero Galaxy. This planet's sun has an extremely huge and complex corona.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Return To The City Of Gems

The green sun of Cordero Prime shines down on Kaleidiscopia City--capital of the Corderan Empire. This so-called City of Gems is home to quadrillions of people.
The Corderan Empire is in the Sombrero Galaxy and rules over billions of planets!

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Red Sky At Morning On El Río

The planet El Río orbits a red giant star in the very heart of the Andromeda Galaxy. The massive sun dawns over an autumnal scene, rich with life.
A boomerang spaceship visiting from the Sombrero Galaxy buzzes overhead in the scarlet skies...

Monday, November 19, 2012

Late Autumn Returns To TeTap II

The blue sun sinks lower in the skies, as another day begins on the planet TeTap II. This alien world is only 250 light-years away. TeTap II is the closest extraterrestrial civilization to Earth.
Cigar-shaped flying saucers buzz above the hyper-dimensional city. The TeTapians are a feline race. They know of Earth, but intensely despise it. They consider humans to be just another species of ape, and want nothing to do with them!

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Ancient Mars And Phobos

Three billion years ago Mars was both wet and warm--warm enough to support life. Phobos was very different too. It was an interstellar base for dozens of nearby alien civilizations.
A little flying saucer buzzes far above Phobos. This Universe is very old, very big and very fertile with intelligent life! **Star field courtesy of NASA--public domain**

El Azul And La Rota

A moon named La Rota orbits a blue gas-giant planet named El Azul, far away in the Sombrero Galaxy. El Azul is about the size of Jupiter but is much closer to its sun.
La Rota is one of five terrestrial moons that orbit El Azul. A yellowish sister moon named La Amarilla also shares the alien skies. A strange spaceship glides silently overhead, above the mountainous terrain.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

El Azul And La Amarilla In The Sombrero Galaxy

A blue gas giant named El Azul rises at dawn over a yellow moon called La Amarilla, right on the edge of the Sombrero Galaxy. El Azul is about the size of Jupiter, and sports five terrestrial moons--all of them inhabited.
A launching pad lies in the foreground. La Amarilla and her sister moons all have their own galactic civilizations.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Two Moons Rising Over Selena III

It's an early winter on the planet Selena III. The alien trees have lost most of their leaves. Two full moons rise in the twilight skies. This planet orbits a star inside a globular cluster in the Sombrero Galaxy.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

A Distant Ocean

A giant blue sun dawns over a green sea on the planet El Mar in the Sombrero Galaxy.
This Universe is very rich! Its fertility is as incomprehensible as its age and size. Then there is the Multiverse and all the other dimensions and realms of existence that can't even be imagined. All of it humming with Existence and Consciousness!

Monday, November 5, 2012

Late Autumn On Harmony III

The two yellowish suns turn the landscape into burnished gold on the planet Harmony III in the Sombrero Galaxy.
A giant boomerang-shaped flying saucer buzzes overhead as another autumn day nears its end on this very beautiful alien world...

Friday, November 2, 2012

Late Autumn 2012

A waning moon shines in the fading light of a chilly late autumn afternoon. It's only been a few days since the Great Storm of 2012. Most of the trees have lost their leaves already...