There's something rugged and picturesque about loneliness. Intense desolation cracks the facade of stupor. Anything intense has an invigorating effect. I felt so lonesome, it woke me up to the richness of visual sensation. Loneliness forces me to go visit friends, or talk to people on the phone. It's a key to opening the door of the heart, so one can feel connected with humanity. Maybe that summarizes the photo sequences of the past few days.