New Week::New Theme: Blue We start this week’s theme with an out-of-this-world example of a blue mandala: the beautiful planet Neptune … More
This week’s MotD theme: Here Comes the Sun Norwegian architect and photographer, Isabelle Bacher, captured this extraordinary shot of last … More
New Week? New Theme: Skyscapes Australian photographer, Lincoln Harrison, takes a lot of time and effort, before and after, to produce these … More
Now this is more like the way I would color a planet if given the opportunity!
Earlier this year, NASA’s New Horizons did it’s closest flyby past the last known planet in our solar system: Pluto. Since then, scientists have been working with (or in this case coloring with) the data to gain more insight about this adorable planet’s surface.
Today’s MotD will blow you away. It’s spectacular! Created by the brilliantly creative mind of Treasure Island Florida artist, Nadia Satya, she brings magic to the world with her intricate patterns and delightful use of color, making them look like metallic steampunk art…and she does it using color pencils on black paper! …hence the magical part!
Australian baker extraordinaire and Zoology graduate, Rhiannon, created this masterpiece of a cake to look just like the planet Jupiter…my favorite planet. Twice in one week now, I am in awe.
Big news yesterday…NASA confirms evidence of intermittent liquid water on present-dayMars! And in honor of this announcement, I present to you one of NASA’s more interesting photos of Mars (IMHO). While Earth is considered the blue dot in space…Mars would be the red dot.