Solitude

Here are a collection of photos I have taken over the last couple of years that for me conjure up the idea of solitude in response to Hugh’s Weekly Photo Challenge.
Hugh’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Week 20 – Solitude

Alone with my thoughts

I ponder life’s great mysteries

Where did I put my mobile?

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23 Comments

  1. Wow, so many terrific photos for the challenge, TJ. One of them also has one of those strange green orbs in it. I’ve been reading about them recently.
    Thank you for joining me for the challenge, and I hope you found your mobile phone 😀

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      1. Oh, they’re a real mystery. I captured one back in September last year shortly after my mother had passed away. There are mixed views about what they are but some fabulous reading out there. The clear ones that sometimes include the face of a person who has passed away are the ones to really look out for.
        Sleep tight 😀

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        1. You have me intrigued now. I took a photo years ago of the interior of Marie Antoinette’s private theatre at Versailles and I thought it was spoiled because of all of the balls of light that came up in the shot. I have probably been sitting on a fortune! Off to try and find it and see if Madame de Pompadour is floating about. 🙂

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          1. Thanks for the link. Very interesting stuff. As Hamlet said “There are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy Horatio.” The world is an amazing place still full of mysteries. 🙂

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      1. I shared one of my orb photos with Hugh awhile back, so that’s why I showed some interest in yours. It’s one of those curiosities in our mysterious world.

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  2. TJ, I never cease to be amazed at the quality of your photos, you must have got an eye for getting the perfect shot. These are so stunning my apart from the beach ones (nothing beats those), that one of the boathouse is my favourite, with the colours of the sky reflected in the glassy sea.

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