Deep in the heart of a majestic mountain wilderness lies a floating mountain that defies all known laws of gravity and physics. It hovers above the rugged terrain, seemingly suspended in mid-air, and captivates the imagination of all who lay eyes upon it.

As you approach the floating mountain, you can feel the energy pulsing around it. It seems to draw you in, beckoning you to come closer and explore its secrets. The mountain itself is rugged and imposing, with craggy peaks and deep valleys that stretch as far as the eye can see. Despite its daunting appearance, there is a sense of serenity and tranquility that permeates the air, and you feel at peace in its presence.

As you ascend the floating mountain, the air grows thinner, and the temperature drops. The landscape transforms, and you find yourself surrounded by a dense fog that obscures your vision. But as you reach the summit, the fog begins to clear, and you find yourself standing in front of an awe-inspiring Observatory.

The Observatory is a massive structure that seems to stretch up into the heavens, as if reaching for the stars themselves. It is made of stone, tile, and metals, and its turrets and angular lines contrast with the natural beauty of the mountain landscape. Despite its man-made appearance, the Observatory feels like it belongs here, as if it is a natural extension of the mountain itself.

As you enter the Observatory, you are struck by its grandeur and the breathtaking view of the night sky. The stars are so close that you feel as if you could reach out and touch them, and the vastness of the universe stretches out before you in all its glory. You can't help but feel small and insignificant in the face of such majesty, and yet at the same time, you feel a sense of wonder and awe.

As you gaze out at the stars from the Observatory, you can't help but feel grateful for this opportunity to witness such a magnificent sight. The floating mountain and the Observatory close to the stars are a testament to the incredible beauty and complexity of the universe, and you feel blessed to be a part of it all.

The sun "Clock" sets over the horizon,  marking the passage of time in a most unique way. Its descent is slow and steady, as if counting down the seconds until the day is done.

Thank you Fred Beckhusen for lending a hand in this project.   Fred took a model with over 800 parts then used Blender modifiers to clean edges, and a script that helped to reduce the level of detail. He made it six layers of over a hundred parts each then stacked it on top of the mountain. He also added guards to protect me and his famous dragons too.

Without Fred's help this would not have been possible.  Sincerely thank you, Fred. I adore you.

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