For this blog, I've chosen a picture of a free spirited woman executing her freedom. In this image, we get a sense of what 'beyond' is. As Bhabha says, "beyond- neither new horizon nor a leaving behind of the past..." is exhibited here. She appears to remain where her feet are planted, but her body language conveys that she wants to take off into flight somehow and go somewhere else. Bhabha also says, "There is a sense of disorientation, a disturbance of direction, in the 'beyond'; an exploratory, restless movement."
I searched 'freedom' on flickr to find this image and I don't think any image could have more perfectly conveyed the biggest takeaway I had from Bhabha's reading. Without the idea of the 'beyond' there can be no multicultural difference. The woman in this image is showing her desire to move beyond. You can see the openness and the freedom of the ocean in the horizon, but the cliffs also serve as a barrier from the total freedom that could be. Bhabha examines this idea in a more broad discussion, citing cultures such as Korea, Mexico, Los Angeles, and others. Difference reaches far beyond the ocean.