Monday, 5 November 2012

Solar Pops

Given the success of my Christmas pops and Valentine pops.

Success being a subjective term.

I decided to attempt solar pops for our telescope viewing night.

Pumpkin pies were a tasty and visual distraction from the odd-looking brownie pops.

Half moon, full moon, solar eclipse (or it could be a dark moon), Saturn with
a ring of Twizzler and a trio of Earths that seem to have shrinking water mass.

The debris, which was renamed asteroids and meteor shower fallout, was left at home.

1 comment:

  1. Quite a play on words. . . solar Pops! Very fitting for this event.

    Here's another one (but my posting privileges will probably revoked for saying it): Why do they call them hemorrhoids instead of asteroids?