Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitary

A solitary beach setting in the late afternoon daze of summer.

What does solitary mean to you?

This is my response to WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge.

17 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitary

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      • Cool… teaching English. We use lots of visuals and pictures to help those with little English. I teach in English and my other students go out during that time. I have them for Math and then I model and show them, so they catch on. They often know the work, just not the words.
        Another tip is to build language slowly. Start with 1 word eg. Apple and then introduce the colour… red. Next maybe add another item, then its colour. It should be slow and lots of repetition until they master it!
        I had no experience with this before and most of my students spoke some level of English (we are International and most are from the US and Europe). I googled ESL and EAL (English as a Second and Additional Language) and found lots of tips and games to help my students.
        Hope that helps and good luck 🙂

  4. Ahhh, I agree! The ocean is perhaps one the best places to gain perspective on life because you can’t help but feel small. It soothes, refreshes, and allows you to let go of all your troubles and woes. Thanks for capturing this moment and sharing it with us.

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  6. How does the space surround you in terms of being solitary? This does not always mean that you are alone! Beautiful beach, amazing!
    The Sard/American,

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