Solitary. This challenge is all about reflective, quietly unexpected moments.
This is a picture of a classically solitaire ring. We call her Eve.
24 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitary”
I have a solitary ring. Unfortunately, it’s in my bathtub… : (
Diamonds are a girls best friend … perfect entry.
thanks for visiting my blog & following it….curious how you ended up there….intrigued by yours & enjoyed reading several of your posts 🙂
Interesting looking at your blog – thank you for following mine – I am wondering what drew you there, and what made you decide to follow?
My diamond fell out of my ring in our 13th year of marriage at a Cracker Barrel. There was a message in that one action. Can’t call it an “act of God” because that would be too funny, also pompous! Thanks for taking a look at my blog.
Oh my goodness, Reo. How long have you been diamondless? Hover around my blog for some pointers how to save money on your new diamond.
I have been six years without that particular diamond but still have a beautiful heirloom ring with a diamond from my Grandma.
Absolutely beautiful! Thank you for following my blog, I genuinely appreciate your support! Please check out my complete portfolio at http://www.creativeEyeKandi.com Thanks again!
Pleased to meet you. Since my wife and I are in the process of adopting, I was wondering about the details of reform you spoke of.
Hello John. My books will be available soon in a download reader form. As an adoptee, I believe everyone is entitled to know of their birth origins.
Lovely ring – I’m a always stopping at jewelery store windowa – and occasionally I go in …
PS. thanks for the follow. they are like diamonds to me…
Thanks for visiting my blog.Your picture of the solitaire impressive.
Hi, thanks for visiting my blog. When I was a teacher in a small town in Oregon, a student at the school I worked at wrote an essay and won a diamond ring for her mom. She designed the ring and the store made it for her mom. Her mom was a teacher at my school. She adopted this very troubled girl and changed her life.
I too adopted a child from “the system” when he was 12 years old. I hate to think what would have happened to him if I had not stepped in. Thanks for your generosity as I know you are blessing a lot of very deserving mothers.
Thank you, it sounds like you’ve been a blessing to the lives of others, as well. Thanks for reading.
Thank you so much for your kind words, Cheryl.
This photo was certainly a surprise, I never expected a solitary ring. It’s a beautiful ring. Thanks for stopping by and for following my blog “Exploring the world: photography, travel, art”.
Well, I love the unexpected! Thanks for stopping by, Marianne.
Thank you for deciding to follow my blog. I hope to sustain your interest.
As there hasn’t been a new WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge so far this week, perhaps you’d like to join in the Weekly Travel Theme http://wheresmybackpack.com/2012/09/28/travel-theme-foliage/ xxx Ailsa
it tugs at the heart 🙂