Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon

It was difficult to avoid a sunset and sea photo for this weeks challenge but eventually I found this one. Over in Suffolk, if you walk south along the beach from Lowestoft you will find this church. It was something I’d never seen before, a church on a beach so even though the light was dull I snapped it for the memory.

beach church_edited-1

I’m sure you can come up with a much better horizon, so why not post it at

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/10/25/weekly-photo-challenge-horizon/

31 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon

  1. Gilly, that picture’s very seasonally appropriate as we move towards winter. I like it very much. As for original, even if there are lots of sunsets, mountains and beaches, I’m enjoying the beauty of virtual travel. 🙂 Have a great weekend.

    janet

  2. Yes, you’re right about the plethora of sea and sunset/sunrise submissions for this week’s challenge! I think the real challenge is coming up with something novel, and you’ve done it beautifully (and with a hint of sepia!)
    Great choice!

  3. You’ve given us a shot to think about here, Gilly. Sara’s brief was interesting in posing the thought of a line, as well as the ‘interaction’ between elements. I really like the way the church has an etched outline in the sky… and also an appealing look of the beach that almost mirrors that of the sky. There’s that aspect about the architecture of churches / religious buildings reaching up, channeling energy to the realm above.

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