Horizon – WPhotoC

Absolutely appropriate. The good folk at WP guessed for once what I wanted to post for this weekend’s challenge. How so? Well, scroll down just a tad… have a look at yesterday’s pic and you’ll get my drift. Today you see the vista to be marveled at while sitting on that bench. Plain and simple… no messing with intricate ‘Manhattans’ just common flat ol’ contemplative views… and imagination stretching horizons to enjoy.

Irish Sea horizon... special!

I must say… I do thank Sara for this challenge… it’s allowed me to show you what happens just over the wall… if you really look closely you’ll see the faint forms of wind turbines… seemingly firmly rooted in (on) the horizon…

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22 Responses to Horizon – WPhotoC

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  2. Sallyann says:

    I see the pale wind turbines far enough out to sea to not be an eyesore, but I wonder, wouldn’t it be more fun to paint them green with yellow daffodil heads? 🙂


  3. kz says:

    pretty colors 🙂


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  7. joanfrankham says:

    what a wonderful view you had while you sat on that bench. And in Ireland too!


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  14. adinparadise says:

    Stunning photo for the challenge. Lucky you! 🙂


  15. livvy30 says:

    Love the colours!


    • aj vosse says:

      They are great… the strange thing about it… the sun was fully obscured yet the cloud seemed to have trapped the sunlight and was releasing it slowly as an after glow…


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