Life in southwestern New Mexico in the San Simon Valley between Arizona's Chiricahua Mountains and New Mexico's Peloncillo Mountains is like living on a tiny planet of your own. I have written about the Bubble hypothesis, here and here, but to date have not created anything visual to illustrate the idea. Below are several panoramas of the Chiricahua Mountains that were modified to illustrate the idea of the Bubble. The original panoramic images were circularized and cleaned up to show the mountain range as a tiny planet in either a simple black background or with some starscapes. The idea of little or tiny planets is not new, for example see these images, but it was something I had not given much thought to, until now. The process is rather simple, a panorama is inverted then mapped to polar coordinates which circularizes the image. The seam is cleaned up and any other modifications of the digital image are performed. These 5 examples in color and black and white are just one more way of "seeing" the landscape in a different way.