Space Project




Here's some nice images of what it must be like being the first human to walk alone across an empty planet.

I'd love to go to wherever this was photographed - looks like the badlands of North Dakota.

2 comments:

Gaw said...

It's funny how one tiny detail in a landscape can cause you to change totally your reading of it. One minute it's a wind-eroded desert - add a small, bubble-headed figure and it becomes Mars.

Word verification: Zonicar, a mode of other-planetary surface transportation.

worm said...

very true - and adding a person to a landscape changes one's experience of viewing an image, from the visual to the personal.

The zonicar sounds right up my street!