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Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon

Recently I started following The Daily Post at WordPress, in an effort to further immerse myself into the photography community.

The weekly challenge is horizons – where the sky meets the earth. Those are always beautiful photographs! Something so compelling and captivating about that meeting point…My entry is 3 photos (I just can’t decide between the three) I took on our honeymoon this past summer in NYC. I just loved NYC,and these 3 horizon photographs are some of my favorites I snapped (you can see more photos of the beautiful city in my previous post). They still take me back, every time I look at them…I remember being so mesmerized and in awe of the spectacular view.

Hope you like them as much as I do!

xoxo

Our view from the boat, on our way to see the Statue of Liberty.

Our view from the boat, on our way to see the Statue of Liberty.

View from Central Park of the city.

View from Central Park of the city.

The beautiful Central Park.

The beautiful Central Park.

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7 Responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon”

  1. KidazzleInk

    That first photo in your post is the one I like the best. Lovely work.

    Reply

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