Posted on May 10, 2013 by Bob Berwyn
Ever onward …
The horizon over Dillon Reservoir is sandwiched by clouds.
FRISCO — Most of us know how important it can be to have strong lines in an image to help guide the eye toward the subject. But often, the most common line — the horizon — is the focal point of an image. Our eyes are automatically drawn toward that distant threshold, beyond which is, well, the rest of the world. Horizons in the theme of this week’s #FriFotos Twitter chat, with wonderful images streaming in from all corners of the globe. Join the fun by uploading your own pics and tagging them with #FriFotos.
Distant icebergs float on the horizon in the Antarctic Sound.
@cotravgirl looks over the Waddensea and toward the horizon on the Dutch Island of Texel.
A hiker on the rim of Colorado National Monument seems to command the horizon.
Can you spot the N/V Professor Molchanov on the horizon?
It’s nice to have something that leads your eye to the horizon, like the boardwalk in Piran, Slovenia.
Kayaking toward the horizon in Belize.
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