Frank Dicksee's 1910 painting "The Mother" is a beautifully wholesome vision of the mother-daughter bond. That huge and adorably feminine pink bow completes the fair girls' soft and lovely outfits.

We must not lock down our society again out of fear of this virus and consign ourselves to a life not worth living. Rather we must summon the courage to stand tall together and face the risks life sends our way.

The image is "A Little Prince, likely in Time to bless a Royal Throne" by Edmund Blair Leighton (1904).

Victor Gabriel Gilbert's "The ball or an elegant evening" is a superb vision of the beauty and sensuality of dance and how it highlights the girls in their vividly-colored and gorgeously feminine dresses.

The real exoplanet Proxima Centauri b has in my science fiction worldbuilding project become Thalassa, an aurora-lit ocean planet drenched in an oxygen atmosphere, home to floating reefs, giant sapient birds, and even dragons.

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This post's featured image is "Aurora Borealis" by Frederic Edwin Church (1865).

Today, on the 244th anniversary of the United States Declaration of Independence, let us keep the flame of the Spirit of 1776 burning brightly in our hearts as we continue the struggle for freedom.

Emma Musselman's "The Sky Pilot" is a lovely depiction of a very beautiful, cute, and feminine girl aviator with a soft full face and an adorable expression of yearning for the wild blue yonder.

Hans Dahl's "Siste stråler" is a beautiful painting of a fair blonde girl letting fresh mountainous nature purify her whole body, mind, and soul.

This lovely 1869 painting by Frances Anne Hopkins is one of my favorite visions of the intrepid voyageurs who blazed the trails of the Canadian frontier. The fair woman in the canoe might be the artist herself.

Édouard Bisson's painting "The Three Graces" gives us the lovely sight of three pretty girls in dresses wrapped around their full and fair bodies, their shiny hair adorned by flowers, ribbons, and bows.

Edmund Blair Leighton's 1887 painting "Olivia" depicts Shakespeare's character as a lovely maiden with skin so fair it almost glows, her veil being pulled sensually over her head. Her doe eyes are particularly beautiful.

Faster than light travel comes in different flavors; from wormholes to warp drives to hyperdrives, see which one will best complete your space opera setting.

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This post's featured image is a 1998 depiction of wormhole travel by Les Bossinas for NASA.

Richard Riemerschmid's "Cloud Ghosts" is a lovely painting of the wispy echoes of lives and histories long since faded away from the mind of man billowing in the moonlight.

William-Adolphe Bouguereau's 1898 painting "The Assault" shows love's adorable little messengers focusing their energies upon awakening the passions of a fair and pretty girl.

Gabriel de Cool's 1895 painting "The Muse" is a lovely vision of a man bewitched and comforted by the pleasant femininity of a beautiful girl with a soft, supple body, a youthful face, and gloriously long hair.

Édouard Bisson's "The Swing" is a beautiful vision of femininity. The girl playfully swinging her full-figured body on that vine while lusciously wrapped up in that pink dress is a lovely sight.

Glowing screens have held us captive for too long. It's time to build Web 3.0, an anonymous peer-to-peer ubiquitous dark web connecting devices indistinguishable from nature, and empower individuals to take control of their own destinies.

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This post's featured image is "A Priestess" by John William Godward (1893).

"Hermia and Lysander" by John Simmons is a lovely vision from Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" of the characters surrounded by fairies as soft lush moonlight shines upon them. Happy Midsummer!

As we come closer to midsummer, the year's longest day and shortest night, let's take a moment to gaze upon this spectacular painting of the Norse god of the day: "Dagr" by Peter Nicolai Arbo.

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