Horizon. The space or line where the sky meets the earth. So many places where the sky meets the earth around the world, and millions of interactions between two elements. It can be water, a city skyline, a forest, a wasteland, a desert, a sunset outside your bedroom window. Is there a particular horizon which speaks to you?
There are several ways of looking at the word horizon. Wiki says that it is the “apparent line that separates earth from sky, the line that divides all visible directions into two categories: those that intersect the Earth’s surface, and those that do not. At many locations, the true horizon is obscured by trees, buildings, mountains, etc., and the resulting intersection of earth and sky is called the visible horizon.”
I took it as a division — still between the earth and the sky … plus between being tired and getting the rest we need.
Hope the pictures deliver the message somehow.
Being a weekend, I wish everyone gets enough sleep and downtime. Happy weekend to all!
Advanced Happy H, too!
P.S. For other great horizon pictures, click on this link:
I looked for the definition of saturation in art first and got this from answers.com: (optics)
The degree to which a color is mixed with white; high saturation means little white, low saturation means much white. Also known as chroma; saturation.
In my 8-color Crayola world, orange can best be shown as saturated through a collection of koi. Walked along Greenbelt Park today and took pictures of these saturated orange beauties in their Sunday choreography … showing off to the crowd.
A second try is the fiery red and bright aluminum in the Chihuahua Bar, where we had lunch. The loudness of red is toned down by pictures of various sizes:
Last but not the least, it’s my daughter’s aqua prison cell of a room:
Everything is in aqua and white (yup, no mixing of aqua and white to get a lighter shade) … even the word “peaceful” on the stainless steel disc / plate, reflects the room’s color.
Did not have time to find anything that will exemplify “palest” for me … did not encounter any ghosts today. For other pictures depicting saturation in art, please visit http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/09/27/photo-challenge-saturated/ .
Hope everyone is having a great weekend!
Call this her “Ode to Everyday Stuff” — the Cleaning Lady got stuck at home as it is (again!) raining cats and dogs over the weekend. Had to make do with common things for her response to this week’s Photo Challenge on Lines, Patterns & Beauty.
Bed linen, towels, curtains and even the lowly floor mat were just waiting to be discovered for their simple lines, color, detail and texture.
While taking these pictures, there is also this quiet sense of peace and gratitude that one is surrounded with the most common yet beloved of things. Bought with her hard-earned money or given by friends, her “stuff” earned her respect.
Details, like embroidery, make everyday things more “dramatic”.
Our walls have it, too —- lines, patterns & beauty. My firstborn’s uke joined today’s post and is striking a pose.
Salamat, stuff, for being here for my family and me. Happy weekend, everyone!
For other people’s take on Lines, Patterns & Beauty, click this: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/09/20/lines-patterns/.
Nothing beats being served with gratitude. We were given a generous serving of cake at Italianni’s, BGC (our regular go-to place for Italian fare). The cake was served in a big plate, with the word “Grazie” (in chocolate syrup, yes!) on it. Added calories —- yeah — but a nice touch.
I am employed in the customer service business so the gesture was much appreciated.
Shared with friends, it was a delightful way to end a meal. Burp!
Find out more on how others appreciate great customer service here:
I was surprised to see an anniversary greeting from WP, saying that it has been two years since we started this blog. On the other hand, I’ve noticed that you have been away for so long now. No word from you, literally.
To celebrate the occasion, I decided to post a picture of the sunrise at Batangas, where I went a couple of weeks back. I have not written for a number of days using the Daily Prompt (must be the topics … nah, I’ve been busy, really) so I just join the Weekly Photo Challenge, which I am enjoying tremendously. Sunrises signify tomorrows … more years with WordPress!
Salamat to our 60+ followers, so far.
Keep on visiting.
You keep me inspired … and happy.
PS: Tags to follow. Mwah!
You”ve been warned … told you I like the challenge. This is my second.
Was INSIDE the car, stuck in heavy traffic flow … and there I was attacked by a giant snowflake!
Enjoyed the view and took a lot of pics.
More “inside” stories and pics to delight you here at http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/09/13/photo-challenge-inside/.