Solitude

70mm @ f/5.0, ISO 200, 1/160s

70mm @ f/5.0, ISO 200, 1/160s

Some days you feel like the bare apple trees after harvest, waving their arms to the sky, the wind snaking around their ankles like a lover or a beggar. Solitude can be lonely or it can just be alone. It can be a memory, sepia and semi-toned, tempered with discontent, or brimming with anticipation.

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One Response to Solitude

  1. […] brings me to my second point. I think on days when we feel like the camera is bringing us blah, we should look for the light. Light on a bunch of dead leaves can make the scene look […]

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