On the cover of a Whole Earth Catalog during the 1970s, the slogan appeared: "Wherever you go, there you are." * I thought this a very unromantic bit of wisdom, since it defused my fantasy of what lay beyond the vanishing point.
As an adult, I notice the vanishing point theme shows up in many of my photos, indicating the
Possibly the best visualization of what lies beyond the vanishing point or outside the universe is the world Lewis Carroll envisioned existing on the far side of the looking glass. Speaking of a looking glass, If you want to rattle your own brain, and tweak (not tweet!) your imagination, hold a large mirror horizontally under your chin while looking down into it and walking around the house, then out the door. Be sure to take a guide with you so that you don't trip and do worse to your brain that rattle it.
With that, I'll leave you, probably with your imagination swirling and perhaps thinking of people or things you'd like to point at and see vanish. Visit Mindport for more Vanishing Point images.
*That's what I remember, but John Kabat-Zinn published a book by that title in 1994, which has been reprinted a number of times since. If you search for the expression on the Web, it's been attributed to a number of sources of wisdom throughout the ages. However, if it was a truly popular idea the "war on drugs" would probably be unnecessary.