Solitude | #WordlessWednesday

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“Many a times, the best means to restore oneself comes from solitude.”

                                                                         -Esha Mookerjee Dutta

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22 Comments
  • Alana

    Reply

    How fitting, that as I viewed this, a hummingbird came by (second time in a week) and fed as I enjoyed your photo. This photo was fitting for “solitude”.

    • Esha M Dutta

      Thanks, Alana. Glad you liked the picture. Nature validates my belief in this picture. Looking forward to you joining us for #ww this week.

  • Anamika Agnihotri

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    Wow this is a brilliant shot and a perfect depiction of solitude. I can get lost in this picture.

    • Esha M Dutta

      Thank you so much, Anamika. Glad you liked the picture. Yes, I know what you mean.

  • Shilpa Gupte

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    True, Esha. But, these days, I find solitude stifling, scary. It’s in the late evenings, that I start getting edgy when alone at home. I don’t know what and why it so happens. Maybe it’s age, or whatever happened last month. I did love solitude all these years, though. These days, some of the times, I would rather be out of the house, alone, than indoors, alone!

    • Esha M Dutta

      Oh, I know, sometimes you go through such crises that it makes you want to run away from solitude. I guess we are all in these different states when we either love it or hate it. I can understand your situation, Shilpa. Have you tried listening to music in the evenings? It might help you feel better. Do try.

  • Mahati ramya adivishnu

    Reply

    the sole bird on the long branch.. Good snap

    • Esha M Dutta

      Thanks, Ramya. Glad to see you stopping by and share your thoughts.:)

  • Balaka Basu

    Reply

    Brilliant shot..kintu amar chabita dekhe kemon jeno mon ta kharap haye gelo..bhishon eka jeno pakhita..kirakam shunyata, faka faka..

    • Esha M Dutta

      Thanks dear. Hyan re…ekakittwa ache…shunyatao achey…aar ei niye baanchaa!

  • BellyBytes

    Reply

    How do you manage these truly wonderful shots that leave one wordless?

    • Esha M Dutta

      Thank you so much, Sunita for the amazing compliment. The idea was to ensure that the picture qualifies for a wordless post. Happy you say it does. 🙂

  • Shailaja Vishwanath

    Reply

    Absolutely breathtaking shot and the caption is so spot on, Esha! I can feel the solitude and the peace here.

    • Esha M Dutta

      Thank you so much for your kind words, Shailaja. Happy I could bring in some peace and solitude through the picture.

  • Shalzmojo

    Reply

    Love the quote Esha and that picture sure makes an impact with or without it! 🙂

    • Esha M Dutta

      Thank you so much, Shalini. Sp happy to know your thoughts on the pic. I guess I have to agree that the picture does speak for itself in this case. Glad you stopped by the blog. 🙂

  • Obsessivemom

    Reply

    What a lovely shot and the perfect background for the bird. Your quote compliments it so well.

    • Esha M Dutta

      Thank you so much, Tulika. So glad you thought so. 🙂 Thanks much for stopping by the blog and sharing your thoughts.

  • Vidya Sury

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    Love the photo–the clear blue sky and the bird perched on the twig, looking up as if hopeful of receiving a message from the sky!

    • Esha M Dutta

      Thanks so much, Vidya. I have to say I love your interpretation of the image. Definitely a possibility.

  • Parul

    Reply

    What a beautiful find this must have been. Is this one from SA?

    • Esha M Dutta

      You guessed it right, Parul. Yes, SA it is! On the road trip, our guide pulled up at a place just before entering a mountain pass and there was a tree with a bare branch and a bird sitting still on it. My camera was handy and I went for a quick capture.

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