A healthy variety
In order for you to make your selection process cohesive and easy, Photowall has divided horizons wall murals into two smaller tiers. These are Horizons Over Land and Horizons Over Water, which is already pretty self-explanatory. In the former, you can find incredible items like "Herd of Elephants", which also represents this category as being home to many of our favorite creatures. In this particular horizons wall mural, this just happens to be the elephant, which will also be a very welcome sight in children's spaces such as their bedrooms, study areas or play pens. Horizons Over Water can boast of great perspectives such as "Palm Beach Sundown" which gives a great summer vibe all throughout the year. The magnificent colours captured in this richly detailed horizons wall mural will make you feel warm all over. As you can see, the diversity is immense and thus will help you in making your decoration progress so much more interesting and fun.
Describing horizons wall murals
Essentially, a horizon is the line that separates the Earth from the sky. There two main types of horizons, namely the Earth-sky horizons and celestial horizons, with both having different sub-types of horizons. The local horizon, geographic horizon, and sea-level horizon are all Earth-sky horizons while the astronomical horizon and true horizon are celestial horizons. With horizons wall murals, there is no need to get too technical as all the items are stunning and representative of what this natural wonder brings to the table. The local horizon, also called the geometrical horizon, is the visible boundary between the Earth and sky. This boundary may include sights of trees, buildings and mountains. The geographic horizon, however, does not include these components. You can see this in horizons wall murals like "Horizon - Midnight Blue". The vagueness and ambiguity of this horizon only makes it more beautiful and intriguing. You can utilize this image in any residential, corporate or recreational space.
Great symbolic value
The concept of the horizon is not just important in terms of visual beauty, but also to different types of work, including aviation and navigation. Before the introduction of modern tools such as the global positioning system devices, sailors depended on a clear view of the horizon to navigate the ocean. The sun's position in relation to the horizon told them what time of day it was and what direction they were sailing. So you can see that horizons wall murals also have an underlying value and will make for great context when you use it as your interior decoration. Artists use the concept of the horizon to create perspective in paintings and drawings. When depicted with shapes getting smaller and less detailed closer to it, a horizon can create the illusion of depth on a flat canvas, giving your room more dimension and depth. You can check this out in horizons wall mural like "Crimson Sky", a beautifully artistic and marvelous work of art that can make any room pop.
Explore with horizons wall murals
One of the most magnificent sights in nature is the sea-level horizon. Logically, one of the best places to see this is sublime view is at the beach. The ocean and the sky provide a clean, flat line where the Earth seems to meet the sky whenever it pleases. If you are standing on the beach looking out at the sea, the part of the sea that "touches" the horizon is called the offing. Photowall has this fascinating view in horizons wall murals in the form of pieces such as "Be Free". Although this is an artistic rendering, it perfectly captures what holds us spellbound whenever we see such a horizon. "Lavender Gale" is another concrete example of horizons wall murals that capture our affinity for the combination of seeing the sea and the sky.