Karma’s Photo Hunt: End of the earthPosted: August 28, 2012 Filed under: 365 Yoga Challenge, Adventures in Life, Air, Earth, goals, hiking, home, Karma's Photo Hunt, nature, Photography, Spirit, Spring, Summer, travel, Vacation, water | Tags: Cabot Trail, Canada, Cape Breton, Cape Breton Highlands, Cape Breton Highlands National Park, clouds, fall foliage, Hiking, MaidinSun Photography, nature, NovaScotia, Outdoors, Photography, pond, reflections, Skyline Trail, spring, Summer, travel, trees, water, weather 31 Comments
For her August photo hunt, Karma asks us to show her the “end of the earth” or what we think of as the end of the earth. I know some of you have seen the above photo in the past, but I hauled it out again because to me, this truly was the first time I looked at a scene as the end of the earth. It is a place where earth and sky meet, and although I know you can go much higher than this and still remain on earth, it was the highest I’ve ever been and still had my feet firmly placed on terra firma. (Well, maybe not as firmly as I’d like to think since the Rocky Mountain high due to altitude was making me feel lightheaded and floaty.)
You still have time to participate in the photo hunt. The deadline is Friday, August 31. Just follow the link provided at the beginning of my first sentence.