Photo Challenge; New Horizons Are Only Found On The Go

Welcome to my little world of wandering words and fleeting moments caught in an instant of light exposure. Hope you like what you find, and even if you don’t, I’m still grateful for being given the chance to share my thoughts with you. Alas, here is another contribution to WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge, this time with the theme
Welcome to my blog and new horizons.

I hope you enjoy my photos, for without an audience, a photo is nothing but a play with lights!

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In this shot, a few friends of mine are heading towards the horizon. We didn’t quite know what laid behind the red, ageing hills, or if we could climb the mountain in the background covered in a cloak of fog, but the curiosity to know and the good company – the dog that had decided to join our group lifting our spirits even more- was enough of a reason to go.
And sometimes in life, the key to finding a new horizon, is just to go.

Thanks for your Visit.

10 thoughts on “Photo Challenge; New Horizons Are Only Found On The Go

    1. Hi ethicalartisans. Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment!
      You are absolutely right. Maybe movement doesn’t always have to be a physical act; sometimes new horizons can appear if we shift (move) our perspective or the way we think of future?

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      1. Staying still and the weather will change. If I put on the TV , switch on my computer how much my perspective has shifted because of new influences. Walk one way , but come back another and the scenery is very different. If infirmity is within one’s permanent experience, the choice of our perspective still belongs to all of us. I think…:)

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      2. I agree with your point. A great point that an outdoors guide once mentioned to me was that when we are walking on a certain path, we should turn around and look back every few minutes; the path (and consequently the horizon) will look very different indeed!

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      3. That is good to measure how far one might have come, or indeed if one took the right direction in the first place. I will try that and remember to stop on my walk before I turn round and look back, I have a tendency to trip up when not focused in front of me!:)

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