Welcome to Beyond Horizons

Have you ever wondered what is that distant mountain?

Are you a weather fan willing to do state-of-the-art forecasts?

If this is your case, or if you just landed here moved by your curiosity, please have a seat and enjoy the view…  We are Beyond Horizons, the home for the longest distant sights on Earth!

An amazing world were Geography, Mountaineering, Meteorology and Photography come together to achieve sights that are beyond human imagination and to show how beautiful our planet is.

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1. Ultra long distance pictures around the globe:

Currently Word Record of distant photography to landscapes ground to ground.Current World Record of distant Photography: 443 km.

2. Beautiful and distant sunrises:

1bThe most distant sunrise we have ever captured: 388 km.

 

3. Some closer look breathtaking landscapes:

panol.jpgOrtler massif as seen from Reschenpass, Austria – Germany

 

4. Pristine silhouettes backed by the setting sun:

canigoPic du Canigó in the distance captured by Antoine Mangiavacca

 

Want some ideas? Check our list of the longest lines of sight.

Do not forget to send us your pictures of distant sights… the best will be published on the page each month!

 

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Bieszczady – Pietrosul Rodnei | 216 km.

Pietrosul mirazOpis.jpg

By Radoslaw Wierzbinski
Camera Nikon D90 @ ISO800 – 1/15
Lens 70 – 300 @ 300 mm. – f./9
Date December 31st 2015
Another great picture from Radoslaw is what we have here this time. And this is an special picture.
Just because the peak portrayed here is geometrically not visible from the observation point (the highest peak in Poland). That small Romanian peak is appearing due to refraction, that curves the light beams across the atmosphere and allows hidden objects to show as if they were visible.
A great example of how refraction is something to very care about in distant observations.

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Bieszczady – Łomnica | 183 km.

Tatry z Tarnicy

By Radoslaw Wierzbinski
Camera Nikon D90 @ ISO200 – 1/160
Lens 70 – 300  @ 109 mm. – f./9
Date December 31st 2015
Radoslaw has sent us this amazing picture of Tatra Mountains where all distant peaks covered are shown in an amazing detail, with all ridges and summits perfectly defined and appearing beautifully above the horizon.
This image is a clear example of how snow covered mountains are key for distant obervations, together with a very clear air as the one this picture suggests.

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