The unexpected vistas of the world's coastlines MAR 28 2016
Beyond the Sea is a neat project by Andy Woodruff that visualizes what lies across the ocean from the world's coastlines. For instance, standing on the coast in North America looking straight out, you might see Brazil or the west coast of Africa, but also the east coast of Africa, India, and even Iran.
In the northern reaches of Newfoundland, near the town of St. Anthony, is the Fox Point Lighthouse. I've never been there, but I know it has one of the most impressive ocean views in the world. If you face perpendicular to the right bit of rocky coastline there and gaze straight across the ocean, your mind's eye peering well beyond the horizon, you can see all the way to Australia.
What's really across the ocean from you when you look straight out? It's not always the place you think.