A lot has changed over the years on the red planet. Well, wait a minute. Strike that. Nothing has changed on the red planet. In fact, this isn’t even Mars. It’s a digital collage, which, when combined with your imagination, may vaguely resemble the surface of that planet. Or not. No matter. The point is that you can visit my shops at Redbubble, ArtPal and ArtFlakes for some out of this world 👽 gifts and apparel.
Middle Prong Little River
Enjoy this black and white photography of rocks in the water of Middle Prong Little River. Located in the Smoky Mountains, Tennessee. Consider purchasing a print for a wall in your home – select from framed, canvas, art, poster, metal, acrylic, wood and tapestry. Framed prints may be customized. Visit these galleries for more:
Go With The Flow
After enjoying the stunning beauty of Margarette Falls, I decided to continue further up the mountain to see what I could find. Here, in the distance, a small waterfall feeds into a chute as the water races to join Dry Creek. You can enjoy prints and more from these shops:
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Tales of A Time Traveller
I set down on the mid-sized planet in the Alpha Centauri system, with dwindling fuel reserves and enough water to sustain me for only a few more days.
In the distance, my objective – the Sphere of Trevallon, an encased repository of ancient, inter galactic data. It also has 24-hour food service, Tang drinks, and an air hockey table, I’m told.
Now, if I could only get beyond this sea of corrosive, deadly acid…
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Carpe diem was a phrase used by the Roman poet Horace, published in 23 BC, to express the notion that one should enjoy life while one can. I created this design using Bryce software, depicting a morning sunrise illuminating typography in an imaginary landscape. If you can imagine you might enjoy this design of various merchandise, then visit my shop at Pixels and ArtFlakes. Hope to see you today!
Great Gift Giving Ideas
Oh, wait…I found another ☺️ Make it 1,048,576. Whew, glad I caught that! With so many abstract designs, assigning a unique name per design can be a challenge. So, why 1,048,576? It’s just a number derived by doubling, beginning at 1, 2, 4, 8…