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"Texas Palm Trees" watercolor, 22" x 30"

“Texas Palm Trees” watercolor, 22″ x 30″

Steady wind … strong wind …
Fine sand whirling past.
Palm trees bending low …
and ever lower … Break ?
Will the trunk snap ?
Never!  I have never seen
it snapping … Pieces break off
but never a broken tree.

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But ...Can We Live There? Watercolor, 22" x 30"

But …Can We Live There? Watercolor, 22″ x 30″

Strange structures on a far-flung world. Made by creatures? By natural processes? Of the many, many worlds in our galaxy are there some touched by old civilizations?

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Aurora Borealis Seen From Space  Watercolor, 22" x 30"

Aurora Borealis Seen From Space, 22″ x 30″

Were we able to fly out in space and look back on our planet we might see the Aurora Borealis in full glory … this is a sight humankind has only been able to see in the last few decades. Named for the goddess of dawn, Aurora, it is also called the Northern Lights. We live in an exciting era!

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Titan, watercolor, 22" x 30"

Enceladus watercolor, 22″ x 30″

Enceladus is one of the moons of Saturn and has black sands and methane fountains. One of the most volcanically active bodies in our solar system, it spews forth methane and has methane lakes. A spectacle which would be awesome to see!

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Landing on a comet as it rushes around the Sun at 84,000 miles per hour … a miracle of engineering and precision!

Lander Philae, watercolor

Lander Philae, watercolor

Then to the marvel of the photos taken by the Lander Philae which are relayed to the Rosetta Mission and hence on to us on the Internet … truly miraculous!!

Lander Philae, Etching

Lander Philae, Etching

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The Rings of Saturn

Our neighbor in space, Saturn, with its orbiting rings of frozen ice and (?).

The known is small … the unknown is vast … many puzzles to keep humankind occupied.

The Rings of Saturn

The Rings of Saturn

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These sentinels stand on a bleak planet waiting … waiting … over countless light years to welcome the arrival of any life form which is voyaging between the stars.

Sentinels by Mary P Williams

Sentinels by Mary P Williams

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