~ Lens-Artist Photo Challenge #90: Distance ~

Distance has several distinct, yet connected meanings. In its essence it is the space between two things or people.

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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.

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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.

Jello and Rainbow

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.

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3 Responses to ~ Lens-Artist Photo Challenge #90: Distance ~

  1. 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?)

  2. Tina Schell says:

    Virtual hugs back Lindy. Love the rainbow and chuckled at your moving back 😊😊

  3. JohnRH says:

    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. 🙂

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