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more horizons

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horizon:  line at which earth and sky appear to meet   (Oxford dictionary)

After thinking more about horizons, I looked through our photos for some horizons we have captured in New Brunswick.  Once you start to look for them, they are everywhere!  

overlooking the hilly area of Sussex... Poley Mountain (a local ski hill) is in the background

 
Blueberry fields provide a way to get perspective on our mostly forested landscape… 

a blueberry field and the distant hills of Queens County

Horizons are made more interesting by the passing seasons…
in autumn…

maple trees in autumn costume along the Trans-Canada Highway in Victoria County

…and in winter.

bare trees in the Grand Lake Meadows area in winter... a hawk in the tree and a treed horizon if you look carefully

Of course, I can’t forget the horizon of the Bay of Fundy…

Bay of Fundy at Saint Martins

…the horizon viewed from the ocean…

Charlotte County viewed from the waters of the Bay of Fundy

…and the horizon created by islands.

'The Wolves', special islands in the Bay of Fundy

Look to the hoizon, and see where land and sky, and sometimes water, meet.

 

horizontal haiku

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horizon  distant  intersection  land  water sky

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© Jane Tims  2011

Written by jane tims

September 11, 2011 at 9:04 am

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  1. You are indeed surrounded by lovely horizons… Seeing the Bay of Fundy one day is on my bucket list…

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    Barbara Rodgers

    September 13, 2011 at 5:37 pm

  2. Wonderful images of horizons. New Brunswick is full of natural character!

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    Watching Seasons

    September 11, 2011 at 8:38 pm

  3. Is this for a poetry club you’ve joined or is it simply a different form of poetry you’ve decided to include on your blog? Never could understand the appeal of Haiku’s but I do know this one is well done. Thanks for coming over to my poetry blog and commenting.
    – Denis

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    JD

    September 11, 2011 at 2:33 pm

    • Hi. I don’t often write haiku. They don’t come to me naturally. Occasionally I try one… Jane

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      jane tims

      September 11, 2011 at 8:18 pm


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