Though, inside the cave there can be many passageways and tunnels for the imagination to explore. Often it is a beautiful place.
But I prefer to be where there is a view outside of the cave, especially when I'm writing for hours on end.
But when I'm home and need to get away from my computer in my writing studio, I position myself in front of a window, with plenty of fresh air flowing in, and enjoy the beauty of a view beyond. This is the view from my bedroom, where I've been reclining with my laptop. Beyond the treeline is the river, and though I can't see it, I am refreshed by its sound. A steeple is also centered in the distance (difficult to see from this photo), but it reminds me to keep my focus when my attention is drawn away too long.
How do you keep yourself from getting lost in your own writing cave?