Here I am in the Daedalus Mars Orbiter, looking down at the planet from the ship’s observation bubble. We’re all dressed casually right now because Life Support is having a minor problem. The humidity has gone a bit wonky, so that’s being worked on. With no clouds, like on Earth, […]
Right, so here’s another virtual vacation since I don’t have the latitude to go on a real one. This time, I’m reporting in from Ewok City. And, hey, I’ve got a vacation beard, too. Can’t get much more realistic than that.
So, there’s this lockdown thing going on, as if that was news to anyone, and it looks like every single vacation plan I had for this year is gone. And probably next year’s vacations, too. Now, I could complain about stuff like this, but, really, it is what it is. […]
Another version of Edward Hopper’s famous Night Hawks painting, but this time with a Star Trek slant. It seems like the least I could do after the last one, which was the Coronavirus version of Hopper’s famous painting. For some reason, I really like this one.
Inspired by Edward Hopper’s famous painting, Night Hawks, here’s the coronavirus-inspired version of the same painting.
I think this is a great illustration that captures the majesty and sheer awe of the migration of some large wildlife on a far-off alien planet.
Image courtesy of Pixabay. From Puck Curtis by way of Michael J. Walsh, via Facebook. Two Roman commanders were tasked with conquering the Gauls. One of them, Marcus Maximus, has vigorously trained his fighting men to within an inch of their lives. He thinks he is ready for any eventuality. […]
The guided-missile destroyer USS Mitscher welcomes the French tall ship replica the Hermione off the east coast of the US, in 2015. Photograph: US Navy.
Sunset on Mars, as captured by the Mars Curiosity rover on April 15, 2015.
Love this picture of what seems like a werewolf stalking through the woods, which was forwarded to me by Marty Wilsey (though he’s not the artist). It’s brutally simple, probably just a charcoal drawing. But it’s certainly effective. I’d use it as a book cover in a heartbeat, if I […]