Isolated

isolatedSpreading land locked sails
Poised between heaven and earth
Harnessing power

For Hugh’s photo challenge

About Sue Vincent

Sue Vincent is a Yorkshire-born writer and one of the Directors of The Silent Eye, a modern Mystery School. She writes alone and with Stuart France, exploring ancient myths, the mysterious landscape of Albion and the inner journey of the soul. Find out more at France and Vincent. She is owned by a small dog who also blogs. Follow her at scvincent.com and on Twitter @SCVincent. Find her books on Goodreads and follow her on Amazon worldwide to find out about new releases and offers. Email: findme@scvincent.com.
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28 Responses to Isolated

  1. Lovely, Sue. But I hate that those things kill hundreds of thousands of birds and bats, especially bats, every year. Could end up being a huge pollen for crops needing pollinators.

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  2. Joseph Nebus says:

    My love sees a vast field of windmills on the (hourlong) commute to work. The windmill field keeps getting bigger, slowly but gradually, every year. Eventually all the wind blowing across the peninsula will be stopped by the windmills and won’t that be exciting, as we have all this surplus air dropped down on route 27?

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  3. Great photo depicting Isolation, Sue. Those sheep look so tiny compared to the isolated monster. Like the photo I posted I think the black and white give the subject a more isolated feel.

    Thank you so much for participating in my challenge and for combining it with your daily haiku.

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  5. Sacha Black says:

    love this – so moody. U was just talking to sarah brentyn about black and white vs colour. Interesting the reasons for people preferences.

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    • Sue Vincent says:

      Colour distracts from form a lot of the time… and will such as the Halloween shots, it does allow for creating more of a mood.

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      • Sacha Black says:

        Yeah – so my thoughts were similar – I think black and white are more emotional – a kind of language that everyone can understand – but colour photos show uniqueness in a way black and white can’t – and by that i mean Sarah posted the same photo twice, once black and white once colour. The black and white was certainly more emotive – but what was missing was her essence – in the colour one you saw that in her hair she had a flash of purple… its was unique, and gave you an insight into what was really her, something you couldn’t get from the black and white. That being said I really do adore Black and white photos! I’m constantly turning colour ones black and white!

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        • Sue Vincent says:

          Both have their place and I love monochrome. As you say, you can convey many emotions through it, though for joy and the quirks of personality, I think you have to have the colour.

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  6. I love that, Sue. Grace with power.

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  7. Absolutely perfect!

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  9. Congratulations Sue, I have featured your entry to my Photo challenge on my blog.

    http://hughsviewsandnews.com/2015/11/07/hughs-photo-challenge-week-5-pair/

    Thank you for participating and I hope you will join in the fun again.

    Have a great weekend.
    Best wishes,
    Hugh

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  10. Cee Neuner says:

    Beautiful capture. Congrats on being feature for Hugh’s challenge.

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  11. Wonderful haiku Sue, it matches that photo perfectly 🙂

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