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It has been so long, this banishment, that the Exile can no longer remember how it came to be. All he knows is the heat of the suns that orbit dangerously close before they wheel away and the absolute chill of space closes in on his suit, threatening the integrity of the insulated polymer-blend fabr [...]

The distant hum of the security patrols reached Carson Boone’s ears as he stepped closer to his campfire. He glanced up: morning already. Today was the day. Six months ago, Carson had invited a visitor on to the shady porch, where little Joshua was playing, offered him a glass of homemade lemonad [...]

For long moments they were alone, caught between the safety of earth and the unimaginable wonders of space. They’d completed another bombing mission, finding their targets in the dark, navigating through the incessant blackout, fighting not only the cold but scouring the blackness for the ever in [...]

Jake Landry stood atop his sleek maintenance vehicle, enjoying the rare moment of solitude as he watched his colleague stride away to test the integrity of the water pipes, antlike against the vast curvature of the tunnel. As always when inspecting the access points that led to the Ark – necessarily [...]

The soldier moves, faceless and anonymous: tiny against the immense stillness of the machinery. As he explores, painstakingly covering every square inch of this unfamiliar terrain, a thought occurs to him. If the machines were to whirl into life around him, he thinks, they would crush him into no [...]

This image superbly captures the best of the brooding Scottish Highlands, an otherworldly scene that would not be out of place on the fictional Star Wars forest moon of Endor. Craggy mountains rise high to brush fearlessly against a turbulent and pitiless sky: Scotland is no place for the faint of h [...]

There’s a certain majesty about soaring in soundless flight a few hundred feet above the ground. Perspective and viewpoints change rapidly as thermals and eddies provide invisible forces that quickly alter height and direction. In this environment, this is what nature delivers – quiet, forceful dyna [...]

It’s evening and the storm is about to break. They have left the sanctuary of their own home and left the fire burning for their return. All the birds have disappeared and they make their way to the clifftop to marvel at the burning sky. The sea begins its simmering dance and the wind drowns o [...]

The mothership has safely landed, but what lies beyond this rocky landscape? Could the visitors be greeted by curious natives, or are there hidden dangers waiting in the nooks and crannies ideal for ambush? Where is this place? Could it be a visitor from our own planet exploring the outer r [...]

The blistering roar of the ion engine propels the mysterious craft to its destination. The planet shrouded in thick cloud waits to receive the incoming craft. What cargo does the craft conceal inside its space-battered shell? Who or what pilots the craft on its final approach? Why does t [...]

In Flanders Fields is an image of hope, inspired by Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae’s poem of the same name about the horrors of World War I. It depicts a sea of poppies gently rustling in a morning breeze, the sunrise bathing the flowers in life-giving warmth, with butterflies fluttering to and f [...]

Inspired by anechoic chambers - non-reflective, non-echoing or echo-free rooms designed to completely absorb reflections of sound - this image pulls your imagination in lots of different ways. What goes on there? Who would use it and for what purpose? Whatever comes to mind, remember one th [...]

This print is part of a series depicting a single, closely packed layer of molecules in various hues. The layer reveals to us that no matter how chaotic something looks, there exists an underlying structure and order of things. Of three prints in the Hyperion Molecule series, this is the Omega va [...]

This print is part of a series depicting a single, closely packed layer of molecules in various hues. The layer reveals to us that no matter how chaotic something looks, there exists an underlying structure and order of things. Of three prints in the Hyperion Molecule series, this is the Sigma va [...]

This print is part of a series depicting a single, closely packed layer of molecules in various hues. The layer reveals to us that no matter how chaotic something looks, there exists an underlying structure and order of things. Of three prints in the Hyperion Molecule series, this is the Theta va [...]

Striding out across a glass-like structure, the Exile seems to know his place in his environment. But what environment is this? A futuristic metropolis inhabited by humans? Is he half-human, half-machine? Or is he truly alone, exiled to some far-flung crystalline world to be driven mad i [...]

As the light passes through the cones and scatters, producing various patterns, it reminds us very much of our own lives. Of how we see things one way, but then our view can be changed and directed along a different route adding to the richness, colour and variety of life. Two simple entities [...]

This image shows that no matter what level of apparent conformity exists in the world around us, nonconformity stands out. Some just never follow the rules. Nonconformity is attractive, interesting and disturbing all at the same time. And make no mistake, nonconformity acts as a catalyst for c [...]

An eerie but strangely compelling series of unending staircases leading to who knows where. Where do they lead? What awaits you at the bottom? What entices you to gaze down into the black recesses below? But more importantly - do you have the courage to take the first step into the unkno [...]

A little too far off the beaten track: a lone figure gazes into the Abyss. Is he lost due to overreliance on technology? Is he marvelling at the magnificent glory of the planet on which he stands? Is he looking for an answer to some desperate problem in his life? Or does he know that bei [...]