loneliness

Saxa challenged me to express loneliness this week. I think that expression comes from the set of one's shoulders, the drop of one's head, the position of one's hands. Since I only have myself to work with, and my remote batteries are dead, I used a 10 second timer and raced back and forth trying to emote an air of loneliness. This was my closest acceptable image. I'll have to see if I have more time to try another setting tomorrow.
Saxa @overalvandaan My first attempt at loneliness. I hope to have another try, but I'll have to see if time allows.
posted December 9th, 2018  
Cool picture.
posted December 9th, 2018  
Well done
posted December 9th, 2018  
This is great - very well done
posted December 9th, 2018  
So, i think you were successful at your mission. Here is why ... your hands, the expression of them against the window, and the combination of the shadow on them speaks loads of loneliness to me. Very well done in my book.
posted December 9th, 2018  
well done
posted December 9th, 2018  
Great light
posted December 9th, 2018  
This is wonderful April, I feel quite sorry for you looking so lonely ;-)
posted December 9th, 2018  
Bravo,
posted December 9th, 2018  
Oh, yes this works. It doesn't fit with you running back and fore though ... that must have been tricky! You've managed to make a very serene image, and one which very much depicts how loneliness would look. The hand position is perfect.
posted December 9th, 2018  
I have a silhouette change this week can I borrow this
posted December 9th, 2018  
This is a great self portrait, you've really nailed the brief! No easy task!
posted December 9th, 2018  
This certainly does give the feel of loneliness - well thought out! Fav
posted December 9th, 2018  
Great use of framing and light, great shot
posted December 9th, 2018  
Great pov and framing. Fabulous light.
posted December 9th, 2018  
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