Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon


“The problems of the world cannot possibly be solved by skeptics or cynics whose horizons are limited by the obvious realities. We need men who can dream of things that never were.”
— John Fitzgerald Kennedy

Be part of The Weekly Photo Challenge at The Daily Post.
Be part of The Weekly Photo Challenge at The Daily Post.

 . . . and see what is on these bloggers’ horizons:

This dramatic landscape stirs a deep emotion in me.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon | ArtBea

Here’s a fun one!
Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon | Today, on Earth

I love her words as much as her photograph.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon – Joy and Woe

Sunrise over open water; a pretty cool shot.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon | Wind Against Current

Watch out for the blog inspectors!  🙂
Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon | Flickr Comments

“…the moment when they left the apparent safety of the path and headed into nothingness”
Stepping Off the Path | Broken Light: A Photography Collective

From the Emerald Isle
Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon | A Face from the Crowd

“…a last climactic bow before the day relinquishes itself to the night.”
Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon | Awl and Scribe

“Horizon in the mist, at the Bodensee in Germany.”
Weekly Photo Challenge – Horizon | Road Tripping Europe

A fascinating juxtaposition of nature and man.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon | Postcards from


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Trying to make sense of it all and . . . for the most part . . . doing it.

8 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon

    1. Thank you. I really wanted a picture of that turbine on the horizon, but the buildings it is next to, are not very picturesque. So it was a challenge.

    1. Ha! I will be thinking of that when I drive by it every day. And yes, you are right, they are turbines. I always find myself calling them windmills! Ha!

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