The Ends of the Road

The other day, The Atlantic’s photo series, In Focus, featured pictures taken at the limits of the Google Maps project—where the map-cars couldn’t advance. I dig the Alan Taylor’s remark that

I’ve always been drawn to the end of the road, to the edges of where one might be allowed to travel, whether blocked by geographic features, international borders, or simply the lack of any further road.

Check out The Ends of the Road

My favorites are probably the pictures of the boundary between Hong Kong and the Restricted Zone, and ash from the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii blocking Crater road.

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