Distance has several distinct, yet connected meanings. In its essence it is the space between two things or people.
Wind turbines atop the Columbia River Gorge demonstrate visual distance and symbolize the conceptual distance between Washington State, and current Washington D.C. political reality.
In the remote Long Beach Peninsula, on the western edge of North America, a massive thundercloud looms on the horizon over the Pacific Ocean, as our moon in space provides another perspective of a far off point.
The length of time this rainbow appeared before me was short, and it was bigger than would fit one screen shot. Thinking I might get more of it by backtracking on the trail, I had to laugh at myself when I realized it didn’t matter! One bright spot is that I captured sweet Jello, confused by my turning back rather than pressing ahead!
Thank you Tina and Lens Artists for a place to connect with others. In this time when Social Distancing is the new norm, Jello and I send you virtual hugs across the universe.
The cloud at Long Beach looks like an anvil. I think that’s what it’s actually called. (I wonder how many people younger than us have any idea what an anvil is?)
Virtual hugs back Lindy. Love the rainbow and chuckled at your moving back 😊😊
Excellent photos.Will future alien visitors from a windless planet think wind turbines are/were a signaling device? I won’t lose sleep over it. 🙂