A highly advanced race has overcome the need for their craft to re-enter this recently colonized planet's atmosphere. Incredible structures have been built reaching out into space to meet their ships. In the distance a multitude of new systems can be seen forming within a neighbouring nebula.
Immense towers stand silent as a majestic twin sunrise unfolds before them. I like to think this image shows that no matter how far we advance technologically or spiritually, there will always be some things we can still hold in awe.
A planet with nearly permanent cloud cover; it's oppressive ceiling thwarting it's inhabitants ability to see their sunrises - until now. Immense constructions rise from the ground beyond the highest clouds. Having seen some beautiful sunsets myself, this picture causes me to wonder how we ourselves would act if our view of the nearest star were not so fortunate.
Two separate structures. One, a settlement in the distance built into the rocky terrain of this large moon. The other, closer and more imposing, built aloft a nearby waterfall. No matter how far a race may have advanced, the proximity to water sources makes perfect sense.
Star and planet birth within a nebula, as the rules of gravity transform isolated objects into majestic orbiting families. What wonders there must be in the creation of worlds?
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