What you see are my own photographs of the surfaces of far-off distant EXOPLANETS from their orbits. These planets are not part of our Solar system. It is something that man would really love to see, but can't.
A took 8 photographs of mud as a fiction. You are forced to agree to play with perspective. Just imagine, you’re looking from distance of 100 km at craters, impact foots of meteorites, the mountain massifs sticking to a height of 14 km above the planet’s surface, at sharp shadows that are thrown by the parent stars, looking at the remains of river beds and glaciers.
Everything is sharp, because planets are not captured a gaseous atmosphere.
But what you are looking at. What you in fact see? A mud or planet surface?