Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitude


Sometimes being alone doesn’t literally mean ALONE.

Sometimes solitude is carving out me-time in the midst of worldly things.

For more expressions of solitude, move quietly and singularly to the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitude and check ’em out.

17 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitude

  1. Gwen

    Love your photos, your sharing of all the “places you see.”
    FYI: Tried to click on the links at the right of your page. Consistently get the following message:
    “Sorry, this page isn’t available.
    The link you followed may be broken, or the page may have been removed. Go back to Instagram.”
    Wonder if that’s on my end or yours…Flicker seems to work fine. Only a problem with Instagram.

    1. Oh, the Places We See

      Thanks so much for your thoughtful comment. And the FYI. I had no idea! But I’ll check on it pronto. No telling what I’ve done. Just when I think I’m getting the hang of technology, I’m able to screw it up again. Hope you’re getting ready for spring and having a good one.

      1. Stephanie Czerwinski

        Love your photography- was curious about getting permission to use a few. How can I contact you?

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