Photo Challenge: Lines

Okay, so in my haste to do two photo challenges today in an effort to make my 1,000 view goal for the month of February, I misread the challenge directions! Apparently, it is a smartphone challenge where the photo has to be taken with a smartphone AND you can only post one photo. So, since I took the time (over an hour actually) to choose photos to post for the challenge, put them on my page, and caption them, I am still going to post them for your viewing pleasure.

There is another qualification to the challenge and that is the lines have to represent or indication, in some way, infinity. This is opposed to the lines directing your attention to a certain object or view or endpoint.

Photos # 1, 2, and #7 are the only ones I am sure I took with my smartphone. What do you think? Do any of them convey infinity? Do any of the other photos do this better? I am interested in hearing your responses! Thanks!

Photo #1

Lines don’t have to be straight, right? Gypsum Sand Dunes at                          White Sands, the newest U.S. National Park.                                     © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020

Photo #2

No lines on this road. Driving on Gypsum at White Sands National Park.          © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020

Photo #3

Empire State Building as seen at night in NYC. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2013

Photo #4

Fence Lines at Gettysburg National Battlefield, Pennsylvania. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2012.

Photo #5

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Lines on the backroads in the pine forests of northern Wisconsin. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020

Photo #6

Cable lines to ????  Sulphur Mountain Gondola, Banff National Park, Canada. 2020.

Photo #7

Boardwalk lines go on forever at Sulphur Mountain, Canada. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2020.

Photo #8

Rim of the City Hiking Path. Spring 2019. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2019

Photo #9

Bleacher lines lead to a storm at an early spring track meet. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2019.

Photo #10

Lines of White Stone. Arlington National Cemetary. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2010.

Photo #11

Bridge Lines in Iowa. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2017.

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