Solitude

Solitude is a typical topic of photography and art, psychology and philosophy. Maybe it is a part of wishful thinking in overcrowded cities? An attitude of nearly surrealism to criticize modern societies? But there will be no way back! Lost paradises…
Voices of Solitude
title=”Voices of Solitude”, composition via flickr.com by Ben Heine sent to my flickr group BLOG IT! – click on the picture to enter his collection…
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compare four other photos
click on the pictures to enter the photographers’ photo-streams on flickr.com:
1House on the Drina River / Kućica na steni2Hong Kong
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3Wheat Field with Crows 20084happy METROPOLIS
titles:
1 – “House on the Drina River” by Irene Becker
2 – “Hong Kong” by Manuel Romaris
3 – “Wheat Field with Crows” by Ben Visbeek
4 – “Happy METROPOLIS” by myself / Frizztext

Norway
title=”Norway” by Manuel ROMARÍS, click on the photo to enter his flickr galleries …
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Castle Stalker
title=”Castle Stalker” by JACK BYERS., click on the photo to enter his flickr galleries …
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'twas all about the water view
title=”’twas all about the water view” by colorfulexpressions
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related:
https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2011/11/12/photographer-irene-becker/
https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/hong-kong-by-manuel-romaris
https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2011/05/12/ben-visbeek-testimonial/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/frizztext/megalopolis
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more of Ben Heine via
http://www.flickr.com/photos/benheine/sets/72157623436787459/with/3789612382/
photos (and photo-manipulations) taken during Ben Heine’s trip at the “Mont Saint Michel
also:
http://www.benjaminheine.blogspot.com/
http://www.benheine.com/
https://twitter.com/#!/BenHeine

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About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

24 responses to “Solitude

  1. Well, I’d be happy to lose and not go back.
    Fantastic scenery.
    I love these photos.
    I want to upholster the walls of the house!
    vento

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  2. Anonymous

    I like the photo about the House on the river 🙂

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  3. Indeed, even when on the Moon, there is still some sort of communication with the base…But the good old kind of solitude is gone. I like the photos. Thanks.

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  4. Great shot. Sometimes I want to be alone.

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  5. Incredible photos! I love yours and what it represents, that in mass crowds, we are still very much alone.

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  6. Powerful images. Amazing how much can be said without words. Margie

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  7. theflyingpenwriter

    Solitude can be find in every place if we know how to create it. Beautiful photos.

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  8. This is great. A wonderful look at solitude through stunning photos, beautifully curated by you!

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  9. The first photo is incredible.

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  10. These phots are incredible, I haven’t got over the Hong Kong one yet.

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  11. Nandini

    Beautiful shots. 🙂

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  12. stunning photographs. your “Metropolis” – I’ve never seen anything like it. Thanks for a bit of wonder today.

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  13. Nel

    These are stunning, FT. I love how the photos depict different aspects of solitude (something I’d like to have on a daily basis).

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  14. I search for the solitude within first and foremost, and then compliment it with the solitude of place.

    Thanks Frizz for posting such cool photos.

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  15. My mind’s picture of heaven looks a lot like SOLITUDE. I am plagued with ADHD, so noises and bright lights unhinge me. It’s not hard to imagine how Vegas is my personal hell.

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  16. All breathtaking shots. Solitude is such a wonderful state of mind!

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  17. I’m moving to a house in the country…for some solitude :-). Kx

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  18. There are all stunning, sir (including your piece, of course)! Thanks for sharing these!
    🙂

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  19. That house picture is magical… 🙂

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  21. Time to Tell "Art" Stories & Kayak
    title=”Time to Tell "Art" Stories & Kayak”
    photo by Steven Ford / snowbasinbumps, on Flickr

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