Horizons Around The World

Sunset in Acapulco, Mexico
Sunset in Acapulco, Mexico

I think the horizon is what made humans believe the Earth was flat many many years ago. I would’ve think so too if I didn’t know any better.

Horizons are an integral part in photography too and necessary to enjoy our beloved sunsets. They look different around the world but technically we are all sharing the same one as the Earth is really a circle. Yeah, really.

Enjoy a few of the horizons I have captured around the world!

Mt. Hood at a distance
Mt. Hood at a distance
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A sailboat touching the horizon at a hidden beach in Oregon.
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Portland’s Willamette River and the horizon.
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The storm approaches above the horizon in Cancun, Mexico.
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Tall plants create a horizon in the fields surrounding King Ahmed’s Tomb in India. 
The view on top of my apartment building in Mexico City.
The view on top of my apartment building in Mexico City.
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Tulip farms make for great horizon photos. Woodburn, OR
Arriving to Pheonix
The horizon is fuzzy here arriving to Pheonix, AZ
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The view at the top of Seclusion Hill in India.
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The pool is blended with the ocean in Cancun, Mexico. (I wish the metal bar wasn’t there)
Favorite one?

13 thoughts on “Horizons Around The World

  1. Beautiful photos, I believe we were at the same hotel in Cancun. That pool is unforgivable!

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  2. I’m going to pick the one from India but the tulip farm is gorgeous.

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  3. Nice pics! I love the one from Seclusion Hill in India. Where exactly is that?

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    1. Thanks! That is in a remote area near Ahmednagar in the state of Maharashtra.

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      1. Thanks Mani! It’s beautiful… Had never heard of it before. We learn so thing new everyday! Must try and visit it 🙂

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  4. I really like the Cancun, Mexico pic.. its beautiful 🙂

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  5. Acapulco sunset, the shades of red made it stand out to me!

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  6. Ahh they’re all so beautiful. I really love the last one but my favorite has to be in Mexico City! Great shots Mani!

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    1. Thank you Christina! I really like that photo too.

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