Trundling

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I love open fields, far horizons and empty beaches. It is like the space provides me with extra breath and energy. Of course there must be something to attract my attention. Little focus points that make my eyes skip from one to another.

Sometimes you find a real treasure, an addition to the landscape that lifts the spaciousness far above normal levels. A feature that leads your eyes and so your mind from here to that far horizon. And the realization that it is temporary – wind and water already nibbling at the edges – adds to the overall experience. 

I wonder if the driver ever looked back at what he created. Or that anyone else was lucky enough to stumble over the tracks and have a camera at hand.

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