Do we say 'at' or 'from' a distance?
Thanks for providing an example sentence. (ICYMI, Trevor provided the sentence The painting is best admired from/at a distance in a follow-up comment.)
When describing the act of observing, watching, looking at, or viewing something, the correct preposition is from, not at. The painting is best admired from a distance.
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