The Lonely boat

Monday Monochrome : Lonely boat

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The Lonely boat
The Lonely boat

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Trablogger aka Jithin is an Indian travel blogger who is obsessed with leading a travel life. When he is not traveling, photographing, writing or blogging, you can see him thinking about sustaining this travel life or helping someone to travel more.

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Shadows Anna looked carefully around her. She needed to be alone, just one more time. She would never have come back here if she hadn’t promised. It was so long ago. But she was a woman who kept her word. She had keep it for 41 years. Now she had been given a limit on the time she had left. Three months, that was it. There were things she needed to do, and time was short. She was 21 when it happened. He was 24. They were just kids, they didn’t know about death. They learned a lot that night.… Read more »

quiall

May I have your permission to use this photo on my blog. I have written a short story around it.

Miss G.

This is beautiful!

quirkywanderer

Hauntingly beautiful!

Paula

Mysteriously evocative πŸ™‚

Indah Susanti

Beautiful monochrome picture! I can feel the loneliness from the image πŸ™‚

sweetykannoth

Oops forgot to post the link..so here is the poem/love story of a wobbly boat..inspired by this picture of yours :
https://sweetykannoth.wordpress.com/2015/01/26/boat-train-love-poetry/

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[…] above pictureΒ , which inspired this poetry , is shot by my friend and fellow bloggerΒ PHOTRABLOGGERΒ .Please […]

sweetykannoth

Hey..that wasn’t a poem πŸ˜› I was expressing my opinion…was it poetic πŸ˜› Oh wow ..really..? now that is some coincidence πŸ™‚

sweetykannoth

A little bit of nostalgia…just like the feeling I used to get as a child , looking out of a window of a moving train in the night and watching all those faint specks of lights in the distance…. beautifully composed..just like a poem πŸ™‚

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