Living by the coast I get to see the horizon nearly every day. Nowadays though, its not a flat line….it’s broken up by all the windmills that have sprung up out to sea.
I know a lot of people don’t like them but personally, I don’t mind. Not from any environmental point of view. It’s just that they break up that boring skyline.
I’m stuck for words tonight. Normally I would try to find a nice lead in to this quote by – W. Eugene Smith but it’s just not there. So here’s the quote which I found quite prophetic.
Never have I found the limits of the photographic potential. Every horizon, upon being reached, reveals another beckoning in the distance. Always, I am on the threshold.
Which brings me nicely to the next photograph.
I was out on the lonely Derbyshire moors looking for photo opportunities and came to this junction in the road. The Black and White road sign just seemed to be right for this little part of the world. I included the road stretching away to the horizon for added interest, otherwise the sign would have been out of context.