In the Tarantula Nebula, there is a planet just outside the orbit of the gas giant “Talon”.
The planet is known by surfers across the Galaxy as “Surfer-girl’s Dream” discovered by a young lady who surfed it alone for many years before opening it up to other surfers.
When Talon rises the tides are huge, waves have being measured exceeding 120 meters,a long tube can last for up to 5 hours,so pack a lunch.

Here on the left we see the lady herself surfing what she named the “Vortex”.*

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My creations seem to escape from the very fabric of space & time, they are but a window into a future that awaits just beyond the Bounds of Earth.

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  • debfuller
    debfullerover 7 years ago

    I like the brown planetand the stars. you got very creative on this one

  • AlienVisitor
    AlienVisitorover 7 years ago

    Thanks Deborah,I have lots of fun with these.

  • jewd barclay
    jewd barclayover 7 years ago

    Love this piece David, so spacious and elevating, thankyou, jewd

  • AlienVisitor
    AlienVisitorover 7 years ago

    Thanks jewd,David.

  • Vansk
    Vanskover 7 years ago

    this really takes me somewhere else! luv big waves, and that one’s a beauty!

  • AlienVisitor
    AlienVisitorover 7 years ago

    Well Vansk,you really have to see the waves on “Ever’s Pipe” to know their beauty.
    I’m glad you got the rush.

  • Annika Strömgren
    Annika Strömgrenover 7 years ago

    Wonderful creation!

  • AlienVisitor
    AlienVisitorover 7 years ago

    Thank you Annika,I enjoyed your work very much.


  • craig scutt
    craig scuttover 7 years ago

    is that 120m just for the shorebreak? :)

  • AlienVisitor
    AlienVisitorover 7 years ago

    That’s right, Craig.

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