Remaining. Alone.

Cone Alone is a site dedicated to chronicling the lonely existence of traffic cones in the US and abroad.

Cone Alone allows actual traffic cones to describe their thoughts, feelings, anxieties and fears in their own words with no editing from the photographer.

Tomorrow, in honor of Valentine’s Day, Cone Alone will diverge slightly from its norm.

Previously, readers saw solitary cones living solitary lives. Starting tomorrow, readers will still experience the same isolation, but in group settings.

Even in the midst of a crowd, cones still experience a tremendous sense of loneliness and solitude.

As the blog expands to show you cones in groups remember, even though cones are not always by themselves, they are always…alone.

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