Angry Red Sunset

Look out, man. The sun is coming to end you.

28 Comments on “Angry Red Sunset”

  1. John, John, John. You call yourself a Science Fiction Geek?

    This is better:

    “Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer do. I’m half crazy all for the love of you. It won’t be a stylish marriage, I can’t afford a carriage. But you’ll look sweet upon the seat of a bicycle built for two. “

  2. Chris Meadows – Indianapolis, Indiana, United States – TeleRead Editor and Senior Writer Chris Meadows has been writing for TeleRead--except for a brief interruption--since 2006. Son of two librarians, he has worked on a third-party help line for Best Buy and holds degrees in computer science and communications. He clearly personifies TeleRead's motto: "For geeks who love books--and book-lovers who love gadgets." Chris lives in Indianapolis and is active in the gamer community.
    Robotech_Master

    There’s a red, red sun
    And it’s coming for you
    To waken your heart
    Like you know I always will do

    One sun apart
    One heart within
    Red sun shines on
    Sees no tomorrow
    Sees no tomorrow

  3. A red sky at night is a good thing.

    “Red sky at night, sailor’s delight.
    Red sky in morning, sailor’s take warning.”

  4. … and this is why any sensible person stays out of direct sunlight; that baleful eye wouldn’t recognise me.

  5. Tired of his Droid X after one day, Scalzi orders a Droid Sky over the net, not realizing what it means for the future of mankind, if any.

    Dr. Phil

  6. Is there a larger version of this picture available? I was just asking because I was thinking this would be a really cool desktop background.

  7. Actually that looks to me like Father Sun in His most benevolent mood.

    When He’s so bright He looks completely white, and so does everything else…THAT’s when you need to be scared.

  8. bfilmfan – Clearwater, Florida – Windows Infrastructure Architect consulting with Fortune 100 firms for over 20 years. Interested in low budget cinema, landscape photography and Fortean topics.
    Jerry Taylor

    “Back in the first times. In the time of the red light, the desert wind was a man like us. Until by mischance, he grew wings and flew like a bird.

    He became a hunter, and like a hawk he flew to seek his prey, taking refuge in those far corners of the world where magic still lingers in the earth. But having once been a man, so does he still suffer the passions of a man.”

    Great shot sir…

  9. @JustMe – that’s only good for sailors.

  10. I glanced at this and said ” Oh, The Mote in Gods Eye.” Of course this has nothing to do with having read “The Gripping Hand” 2 or 3 weeks ago on a car trip.

  11. Red, baleful sun low in the sky? Totally cool. Red baleful sun high in the sky, like god’s own laser pointer? Bad bad bad. (Caused by ash and smoke in the air from Californian fires, so it’s not like you don’t already know you’re in trouble.)

  12. @14 & 15
    There is a larger version. It’s up on John’s Flickr. Click on the all sizes button above the photo. He does have “all rights reserved” on it rather than one of the CC licenses though so you might want to ask before grabbing it. I mean, he probably wouldn’t care if you use it as a desktop background but it wouldn’t hurt to get permission.

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