VANISHING & LEADING LINES: CEE’S FUN FOTO CHALLENGE – Marilyn Armstrong

Vanishing or Leading Lines


I always enjoy my chance to watch paths, tracks, and roads disappear at the horizon line.

Curves have a vanishing point

Grafton-Worcester-Line

Mumford River to its horizon point

Route 2 in Maine

The wires run forever over the desert and into the mountains

By the Canal in Uxbridge.

Bridge into Tampa

Winter in Northbridge

Photo: Garry Armstrong\

Hyannis to the Kennedy Museum



Categories: #Photography, Cee's Photo Challenge, Composition, highways, Marilyn Armstrong, perspective, River, Roads

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6 replies

  1. Wow – gorgeous pics!

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  2. I still remember vividly the endless roads we travelled in Canada and the USA, such a long, long time ago. The roads were undulating towards the horizon, lost at ‘the end’ in a sort of a haze, something we don’t have in small and alpine/lake-rich Switzerland…. Great photos, very inspiring.

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  3. What a great selection of photos for this week. I simply adore your Tampa bridge photo. Thanks Marilyn and Garry 😀

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  4. It really draws the eye into the picture.

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  5. Some very good photos. Liked the bridge into Tampa.

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