Europa, one of the 79 known moons of Jupiter, has gathered a great deal of astronomical attention since it was discovered to be covered in ice, and have random water geysers erupting from its surface. I happened across a photograph taken by the Galileo fly-by that caught the Europan surface in a light that looked exactly like the lower portion of this form. I am constantly amazed by the interplay of fire and ice in Creation. 


9″w x 17″h






Hunter-Wolff Gallery

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