This week’s photo challenge is on being solitary. To me, solitary sounds more interesting than alone – solitude is something positive – a chance to contemplate life and ground myself for a few moments.
I think it’s easy to do that type of contemplating when you’re by the sea. The first photo is when we were at the sea in Shenzhen watching the waves crash onto the shore. Li climbed down on the rocks and watched the waves while I snapped the photo.
The second photo Li took of me as I was enjoying the peace of the lake near Dali, in Yunnan province last November. It was a long day and I remember just focusing, closing my eyes and relaxing while I heard the birds and waves.
Both of those photos are historic ones – but yesterday when I was in the office I realized that someone had put a teddy bear on the ledge by the window. The bear really looked like it was contemplating life and looking out over the Shanghai skyline. I had to take a photo.
May we all enjoy our solitude. Which is your favorite?
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