<This post contains 2 pictures>
Here is another submission for this week’s challenge – Minimalist.
One cold morning, we stopped by the river bank in Luk Keng, NT, Hong Kong.
The river meets the sea here. It is a place where egrets would come and look for their prey, especially when the tide is out.
We saw this lone egret standing there, maybe, waiting for its prey.
Apart from the white body and the reflection of the egret, the background was just placid but enchanting.
There was a sense of calmness throughout in the river estuary.
Earlier this year, on a trip to Shikoku, we stopped by a waterway.
We saw a lone swam swimming.
Again, apart from the swam, there is minimally nothing – only the dripping plants and the water!
we are all lone ones in our own way!
Sometime, I am keenly aware that I came to this world our own and will be parting it on our own. But of course, alone may not necessarily be lonely.