This is a picture taken on the beach in Estonia.
It was a windy day and the sea was a bit rough.
You can see the wave coming in.
The beach was sandy but not as light color or white as the beaches at home.
Between the sand and the sea is a continuous boundary which is the splash zone.
This is a zone subject to drying and wetting from the sea, more firm to walk on and appear almost reflective in the picture.
There were few people on the beach and I enjoyed being there.
We stayed in a hotel overlooking the sea and the Dubrovnik castles while we were there.
Everyday, we didn’t stay too long in our rooms, as obviously the outside is a lot more attractive.
However, every morning we have breakfast, we enjoyed the fantastic views of the sea and the castles.
The parapet of the restaurant was a boundary between good food and the good views!
This week’s DP photo challenge is Boundary.
The trees on this picture and the fence mark the boundary to the lake.
However, the beauty does not just stop at the boundary, it continues on to the blue crystal clear lake and beyond.
Beauty cannot be contained within boundaries; it penetrates through until it reaches the heart and mind of those who see it.
This is a boundary between the desert and the non- desert ( is there a word for it?)
This is as far as horses and cars can go; as far as trees and grass can establish.
As far as rivers will run.
Beyond this, the sand dunes start; when the wind blows, it sings as the sand shifts.
That’s why they call it Resonant Sand Desert.
It is in Inner Mongolia, China.
This is a boundary between the beautiful and the ordinary;
between the surreal and the real and
between the autumn foliage and the river.
The picture was taken during Autumn in South Korea.
The boundary is an ancient wall.
I like this picture taken by my wife with a smart phone while she was travelling in Europe in the past few week.
This photo reminds of Annecy, France or Venice, Italy.
I can imagine how blissful it was to lunch by the water, while over viewing the beautiful buildings.
Please enjoy :-)
Another example of an irregular Grid used in architecture.
The picture was also taken in Beijing.
The external face of this stadium for water sports, known as the Water Cube, is illuminated in blue.
It is so fascinating that such irregular grid is used in architecture.