Lens Artists Photo Challenge #238 – Alone Time

Ann-Christine’s challenge is Alone Time. She tells us ”Alone time means time spent by an individual or a couple apart from others. It is often used to ground oneself, or to do something creative.” She asks us to share our thoughts and share what we use our alone time for.

I treasure my alone time. Sometimes I just want a quiet place to sit and do nothing. Other times I like to read or grab my camera to find something to photograph. Working in my garden or working on my blog posts are other ways I spend alone time. When we are at home I often enjoy some alone time in the rope swing shown in the above image.

Traveling to a remote national or state park is a great way to enjoy some time alone. Being far away from civilization allows me to enjoy the nature around me.

Alone at sunrise in Flamingo, Florida, Everglades National Park
Alone in the Okefenokee Swamp, Fargo, Georgia
Alone in the Denali Wilderness, Denali National Park, Alaska

Closer to home, we can take a boat ride to one of Georgia’s deserted barrier islands and be the only people there.

Many thanks to Ann-Christine for her challenge Lens-Artists Challenge #238 – Alone Time

11 thoughts on “Lens Artists Photo Challenge #238 – Alone Time

  1. I absolutely love the way you captured the porch swing and the sunset Beth, that image is really special. As, of course, is your world which I find so similar to ours. Wonderful response!

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    1. Thank you Tina! I actually captured that photo as the sun was rising. I walked out on the porch for my morning quiet time, saw the sun and immediately ran back inside to grab my phone.


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