Solitude

solitude

original writing & artwork by j e lattimer

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35 thoughts on “Solitude

    1. Thank you very much! This site was originally a place for me to experiment with merging writing with art– Somewhere along the way the work transformed into more of a silent, visual expression. I decided recently that I would start bringing the words back, slowly at first. Have a wonderful day over there!

    1. Thank you so much for the great comment, Elizabeth! I’m glad you enjoyed this one so much! Keep up the great work over there and enjoy the weekend– Take care! 🙂

  1. the image is full of solitude as one wanders within it….
    Beautiful….just beautiful
    Take Care…You Matter…
    )0(
    maryrose

      1. and I wish the same wonderful day to you too…
        I really like this image you have created…perfect title
        )0(

    1. Thank you– And as depressing as solitude is at times, it is always a blessing if you look upon it with the right perspective! I know that there are many great people on this planet [I have been fortunate enough to encounter some of them], but the vast majority of them are #&!@ing crazy! Anyway, hope all is well over there & have a great week! 🙂

    1. Thank you! And yes, I could not agree more. I go through phases where I’ll be incredibly social for a few months [Especially while doing art shows or while involved in other projects], but then I will get burned out on people / the public and gladly revert back to relative isolation for a few weeks! Hope all is well over there, take care! 🙂

      1. Doing very well here —
        Can relate to the art shows a bit. I did craft shows and loved the people for short periods at a time – but after a while the smile started to feel forced and the comments got annoying. And I’d be SO GLAD to go HOME!
        All the best to you —

    1. Thank you very much, John! I always look forward to seeing your new photos / adventures over there! Keep up the great work [Don’t stop documenting the art around us] and have a great weekend!

    1. Thanks, Steven! Yes, I agree. Solitude is something that has been an on again / off again theme throughout my life– Like the tide in many ways. It is open for debate as to which periods of time bring me more happiness and productivity. Anyway, have a great one over there!

    1. Thank you so much for the kind words, Alethea! Yes, I try to create / produce something every single day of the year [Although only about half is shared here, on the internet]. I have been living / creating this way for nearly three years now [After taking a couple years off from it all before that], and we’ll see how long I can keep it all going! Have a wonderful weekend over there!

      1. You’re inspiring as I hope to be more interactive this way as well. I think the teaching year ahead of me will allow for it.

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