Millennium Centre,  Cardiff,  Wales,  July 2017

Click below to hear the music that was commissioned to go with the building and its clearly displayed words “In these stones horizons sing”

Over to all of you to join the challenge with your own horizon post, or with a post based on any single word that takes your fancy.

Thanks to everyone who brought us something through last week; we had a wide range of excellent interpretations.  If I have missed your entry from the list below, do please shout.

Tom at Beyond the Sphere
Sue at Words Visual
Julie’s Camera Blog
Geriatri’x’ Fotogallerie
Art works from Jesh StG

Jackie at JunkBoat Travels
Amy at The World is a Book
Eklastic at Pictures Imperfect
Cee at Cee’s Photography
Penny Nowathome
Nicole at Une Photo, Un Poème
Joe at Joe’s Musings
Elaine at I Used To Be Indecisive
Jeff at Renaissance Musings

Next Sunday’s theme will be upright.  Other forthcoming themes are listed here
To see previous weeks of this challenge, click here


Copyright Debbie Smyth, 30 July  2017

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

24 thoughts on “Horizon

    1. 🙂 now what is on the horizon? My horizon today has a slice of banana and walnut bread sitting very prominently (my daughter is here for a few days and I’m hoping for a treat)

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  1. I wanted to find the sculpture in Toronto called Horizon but never got to it. So I just have a regular horizon.
    So I absolutely love yours!

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