Weekly Photo Mojo: At Worlds End on Cape Spear, Newfoundland.

An ocean mist rolls over the thrashing ocean hundreds of feet below. Rough, dark grey cliffs drop of at what appears to be the end of the world, but this is just the most easterly point in all of Canada.

The old Cape Spear lighthouse keeps an ever watchful eye out for wayward sailors as they creep close to the shore that would surely take their lives.

Standing atop these cliffs, with the salty ocean breeze filling my nose, and the fog crawling over the ocean that seemed to go on forever, it really did seem like I was at world’s end.


Weekly Photo Mojo is about stimulating your cortex with retina rupturing and awe-inspiring photos from around the world to help you reach Terminal Vicariosity (The point where the mind reaches maximum capacity from living vicariously through someone else, and chooses to start actually living.)

What feeling does this photo evoke for you?


    1. JustChuckinIt - Site Author August 15, 2013 at 2:02 am

      It was a stellar view, you have to go if you ever get to Newfoundland!

  1. Susan August 18, 2013 at 11:10 am

    Views like this evoke a feeling of expanse — the expanse of the world.

  2. Chris November 11, 2013 at 11:03 am

    Reminds me of the Great Australian Bite. I love the idea of standing at the edge of the world and staring out and imagining what it would have been like when that very well could have been the edge of the world as I knew it.

    1. JustChuckinIt - Site Author November 11, 2013 at 11:08 am

      That is a perfect description mate, definitely felt as though I was standing at the edge…or the end of the world around that area.


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