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« N'allez pas là où le chemin peut mener. Allez là où il n'y a pas de chemin et laissez une trace. » Ralph Waldo Emerson
"Do not go where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trace. » Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Background by Melkor from Renderosity
Alien by Cheyenne75 from DeviantArt
Spaceship by Keith Hazelet from Renderosity
Texture : Drecci Gislaadt's Private Collection
Background by FairyTaleBackgrounds.home.pl
Fire of Reactors by Dbszabo1 from DeviantArt
Dragons by Elevit from DA
Flock of birds by Selunia from DA
Spaceship by Sir Keith Hazelet
Macromondays - Science Fiction Theme
I edited this photo of an eye to look out of this world, alien-like :) Love how it turned out!
No one gets out...
Beam me up, Scotty is a catch phrase that made its way into pop culture from the science fiction television series Star Trek. It comes from the command Captain Kirk gives his transporter chief, Montgomery "Scotty" Scott, when he needs to transport back to the ship.
Photo taken deep in the forest of the nature reserve the Naarden Eng situated on the shores of the Gooimeerlake. It is located near the city of Naarden - The Netherlands.
Teleportatie of teleporteren is de fictieve techniek van de rechtstreekse verplaatsing van objecten van de ene plaats naar de andere, zonder dat het object de ruimte tussen beide plaatsen hoeft te doorkruisen. Min of meer op hetzelfde moment verdwijnt het object op de ene plaats en verschijnt het op de andere. Deze techniek is – tenminste bij de huidige stand van de natuurwetenschap – volstrekt denkbeeldig, maar het verschijnsel is zeer uitgebreid in gebruik in sciencefiction.
Het bekendste voorbeeld van teleportatie in sciencefiction is de transporter uit Star Trek Beam me up, Scotty
The Magician, Boris Vallejo 2000, portfolio, collection personnelle.
Lost in the middle of nowwhere, between two galaxies, giant antennas relay data and messages keeping open a tiny link between isolated human worlds
A composition made to participate to a Group challenge with my friends of Kreative People: DigiArt Gallery
Using as a texture an original picture from "Plumnutz"
My son found a McDonald figure during a walk and we send him on a piece of wood into the orbit of the lake surface.
The cover of a short story I wrote.
Elise Ashcruft is a Patron—a wealthy, highly-skilled member of the elite, with an army of Cameras at her fingertips. Her Ten, her loyal Camera guard, are equipped with the latest technology, the most expensive accessories and augmentations, all to carry out her will and defend against those who would thwart it. She monitors the Cameras under her employ from a bank of sixty-four screens, her windows into the world. But the turmoil outside threatens to encroach upon her innermost chamber.
WARNING: This short story contains some scenes of a graphic nature.
Buy it here ($0.99): www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007KWKO84/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=U...
Cover photo by Bogenfreund (www.flickr.com/people/bogenfreund)
This is a recent painting I did for a CD cover titled: Skyscraper on a Megayacht. It is being published on Halocyan Records.Painted in 2011. I wonder if That Norwegian Cruise Lines saw this painting ?
Image taken from:
Title: "Fifteen Hundred Miles an Hour. [The story of a visit to the planet Mars.] Edited [or rather written] by C. Dixon, etc"
Author: DIXON, Charles - Naturalist
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 012628.k.52."
Place of Publishing: London
Date of Publishing: 1895
Publisher: Bliss, Sands & Co.
Download the PDF for this book (volume: 0) Image found on book scan 49 (NB not necessarily a page number)
Endpapers illustration from Space Patrol and the Secret Weapon hardcover story book printed in 1965. This book was written by Roberta Leigh and illustrated by Ron W. Smethurst, who also helped illustrate some of the early Doctor Who annuals.
The book contains two text stories, "Secret Weapon" and "Time Watch", with large colour illustrations on every page, mainly spread across the centre of two pages. From the classic 1962 UK TV series Space Patrol (Planet Patrol in USA) by Roberta Leigh.
cut paper, high lighter, cut post cards
By 1958 rocket design had moved from the George Pal-stage to something anticipating Stanley Kubrick.
However, I for one will always love the DESTINATION MOON/ROCKETSHIP XM/silver bullet rocket look of early '50s sci-fi.
PLEASE NOTE: On my home Mac monitor this looks perfect. On the PC monitors at a local library (which seem set much lighter/brighter) I can see spots, scratches, and the join lines.
Any comments, opinions? I might try to do a darker scan.
"Scientist, gourmet, poet, and sleuth, the brilliant Erasmus Darwin (grandfather of Charles) is brought to life in a series of mysterious adventures set in the 18th Century where sea demons haunt the wild Scottish coasts and the Little People dance on the hills by moonlight ..."
(back cover blurb).
Cover art by unknown.
I found this somewhere on the internet. I think it looks magnificent.