I enjoy seeing silhouettes at the end of a day spend outside. Often the weekends during the summer are spent outside, resulting in my family and I seeing the sun setting behind the iconic CN tower.
Whenever we have the opportunity, we enjoy watching the sun go down near a bed of water in Ontario.
I enjoy as well the silhouettes created by the African landscape. The fingers of the trees rising against the outcrops of mountains is a sight that is familiar to me.
As is the sight of workers waiting for the taxi at a street corner:
A sight that I have not seen often, but which I enjoy, is the silhouette of beach goers at the end of a day spent on a Mauritian beach. The warmth of the sand and the sea continues to tempt those still left on the beach.
The sight of the Mauritian beach is always calming – even those beaches that do not encourage too much swimming.
And a view of a palm tree on the beach is a sight that one is assured to see.
No matter where one is in the world, one can be sure to see a silhouette that is unique to that country’s landscape.
What silhouette do you often see?
© Colline Kook-Chun, 2014
(This post was inspired by the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge prompt: Silhouette)