Long roads are good example for illustrating illusion of vanishing points.
It’s the perspective vision that apparently makes a deceptive impression of reality,
which sometimes occur to us like vanishing points.
A countryside lone road in Thiruvananthapuram district of Kerala, South India:
An outskirt road in the desert in Abu Dhabi, whose only company is the low-flying sand,
brushing with the desert winds of the Middle East Gulf, and occasional vehicles passing over it:
A sea-line from the height of the lighthouse in Kovalam, Kerala, South India,
also makes a series of infinite vanishing points, in a line over the vast Indian Ocean:
For more vanishing points, do visit Sunday Stills.