Enjoying Solitude

In response to the prompt, Solitude – you may have heard me mention that I enjoy walking in nature; that is probably my favorite way to enjoy the time by myself.

Here is an example of a someone I found who was enjoying his solitude until I came along during my solitude and stuck my camera lens in his face. It started when I found these mushrooms growing out of a tree stump and thought they were really neat:


And then I saw this:


I almost missed him! See him in the right center? A little frog was hiding in there. 😍 I zoomed in then and bye-bye solitude.


In this one, I peeled the bark back a bit to get a better shot and really infringed on his privacy… πŸ˜‚


Consider this a warning to all wildlife: If you are enjoying solitude and I find you, I will invade your personal space. I will shoot you with my camera. And then I will share your mug shot with the world via my blog.

You have been warned… πŸ˜‰


18 thoughts on “Enjoying Solitude

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  2. Reminds me of how amazing creation is and how he camo’s right in there. I always wonder what the critters are thinking when we capture their pics and privacy. Maybe he is saying ” will you just hop along your merry way!” Really nice and adventurous! There is peace with God when we take time. In solitude to just ” be ” and then have the blessing of something which captures our attention! Thank you for sharing your gifts and talents!

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    • I couldn’t agree more! πŸ™‚ His creation leaves me in awe. That is such a cool thing to ponder. 😊 LOL, yes, “…and take the bright flashing light with you!” πŸ˜‚
      Yes! I can walk in His creation for hours and I most often find His peace there. πŸ™‚ To just “be” – I like that; it reminds me of “be still and know that He is God.” πŸ™‚ Yes! It is such a blessing when he brings something like this to our attention.
      Thank you for the kind words! β™₯ I enjoy sharing. πŸ™‚


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