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Wee Manhattan Planet - Nikki Marie Smith

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Bryan, TX - United States

Thanks for featuring Wee Manhattan Planet in the New York City Scenes group!

Richfield, OH - United States

Nikki, how creative! Bravo!

Thank-you! :)

Port Saint Lucie, FL - United States

Cool stuff, Nikki! Great concept.

Thanks! :)

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Title:

Wee Manhattan Planet

Artist:

Nikki Marie Smith

Medium:

Digital Art - Digital Artwork, Photography And Imagination

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The planet Wee Manhattan lies deep within the Carina Nebula, giving the night sky its distinctive and remarkable appearance. A metropolitan home to lovers and dreamers, it has a thriving tourist economy and mines the nearby gas clouds for exotic particles. There is currently a fifteen year wait list for tourist visas so we encourage you to apply today.
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More wee planets straight from the imagination of artist Nikki Smith can be seen at http://BookSmithStudio.com and are available to purchase as framed fine art prints or on stretched canvas.

Attribution: Thank-you to NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope for the photograph of the Carina nebula -- I could never quite capture it with my own camera. Also, thanks to Francisco Diez from New Jersey, USA.

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December 10th, 2011

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