Weekly Photo Challenge

Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon

Photo Challenge of the Week: Horizon

A horizon is where the earth meets the sky. I feel that I have so many photos to choose from for this theme. There are so many beautiful horizons in this world, all of which I would love to see. But for now, these are some of my personal favorites. This post is part of the Weekly Photo Challenge.

A drive through the Scottish  Highlands

A mountainous horizon on a drive through the Scottish Highlands

An unfamiliar horizon lined with mosques in Istanbul, Turkey.

An unfamiliar horizon lined with mosques in Istanbul, Turkey.

The always beautiful horizon during sunsets on Lake Michigan.

The always beautiful horizon during sunsets on Lake Michigan.

The blurred horizon whilst walking through "fog" on El Camino de Santiago in Spain.

The blurred horizon whilst walking through “fog” on El Camino de Santiago in Spain.

At the top of a mountain along El Camino de Santiago Primitivo. All of the walking through the "fog" or CLOUD was worth it!

At the top of a mountain along El Camino de Santiago Primitivo. All of the walking through the “fog” or CLOUD was worth it!

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