Simple but interesting.. Nice work!
Like your thoughts, Jim...and this is my favourite perspective on railway tracks...always looks good!! Regards Caroline
Very often, Jim....happiest there :-)
Hi Caroline, how much in the bush, I wonder, or is that just a pseudonym ? I'm asking because I love the bush. Yes, I agree there is something fascinating about perspectives, our eyesight, our orientation and how the beauty of simplicity vanishes into infinity. Thank you for your comments.
Greetings,from Hobart, Tasmania
Hi Jim in Hobart :-)
Now that is an interesting thought!!! And yes, I spend a lot of time in the bush, at work as well as my own time....you can probably find a few bush pics in my gallery :-)
Or is it intrigue; the drawing power of repetitive simplicity that converges into infinity? Why is it that parallel lines merge in the distance, why don’t they stay the same distance apart all the way?
Just a thought....
if the parallel lines that appear to be not parallel and meet each other at the horizon, would it be a reasonable assumption that these lines being straight lines must cross over each other at the other side of the horizon and instead of the track becoming narrower, it would be getting wider? Is this a new perspective, the beginning of a new reality?
" Beyond the sunset "
That panorama on the other side.....that "no eye has seen"
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