None of that is needed.
For me anyways.
…it’s a frame of mind.
Change how you look
at things and
your escape happens.
It’s all in your head
but mostly in your heart.
This week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge is Escape. Depending on your current mood and headspace, or time in your life, this word can evoke different emotions and conjure a variety of images. Maybe the end of your semester is near, and you yearn for vacation and release: the desire to disappear and run away, the need to unplug and shut off. Or perhaps you imagine quite the opposite: Lost in a maze. Stuck in a room, feeling boxed in, with the worst company. Frustrated in your own thoughts, wondering what to do next.
About the image: I snapped this pic in college. My photography prof looked at my negatives and sent a friend and I out “go shoot stuff,” he said. So we did. The wind was perfect for this shot, her clothing even better, but betterest yet was her expression. The bike is locked to the meter but she looks like she’s flying. In her mind, she escaped from school.
Other samples of this challenge:
- Great escape | Thin spiral notebook
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Escape | Ruth E Hendricks Photography
- Twilight Sailing on Diyawana Lake | The Wanderlust Gene
- Weekly Photo Challenge : Escape | Les Petits Pas de Juls
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Escape 2 | Bastet and Sekhmet
- Weekly Photo Challenge – Escape
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Escape | Lonely Travelog
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Escape | patriciaddrury
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Escape – Auschwitz I, Poland | Billy’s Travel Album
- The Great Sailing Escape: Weekly Photo Challenge | Kaleidoscopic World in Words
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Escape | My Tropical Home
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Escape | Rolbos ©