Weekly Photo Challenge: Escape

This week the theme of the photo challenge is ‘Escape’ and Cheri Lucas Rowlands says
‘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.’
The photo I have chosen shows someone escaping into meditation, I wonder where he went.

Imagine

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41 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Escape

  1. “I wonder where he went…” that made me chuckle! People sometimes ask me that question, ‘where did you just go?’ – it’s that artist’s right-brained trick to ‘zone out,’ then zone back!

    nice take on this theme!

  2. I love the practice of meditation, Gilly; it works as a kind of escape from worries, busy mind, and thoughts about the past and future. It actually helps a person escape to the NOW, which we so often are oblivious to! Love the photo. πŸ™‚

  3. That is a perfect, instant escape for all of us who want to have a quick sense of peace and calmness, anywhere, anytime. Beautiful! Have a wonderful weekend my friend.

  4. This picture evokes calm. I feel peace but the funny thing is I hear the echo of birds chirping and the smell of pines. That individual has definitely zoned out. Lucky fellow. Unbelievably effective photo, Gilly.

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