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The Fog Lifts

Photo taken by Rainey. I have been diagnosed with depression. It is possible that I am also bipolar, but as of yet no official diagnosis. Lately, every day has been a struggle, so I have turned more and more to my blog as an outlet. On my blog I share poetry, musings about life, artwork I have created, and photographs. It is the one place in the world I can truly be me.

About this photo: The photo I have submitted is a picture I took while traveling in Canada. The fog represents my depression. Underneath the layer of depression is my beautiful soul, just waiting to be seen again. I love the colors of this picture because colors represent life to me.

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6 comments on “The Fog Lifts

  1. This is beautiful


  2. S.
    April 12, 2012

    Dear Rainy,
    You have captured an amazing image of my vast homeland. I love that it is actually from where I live, I also love seeing photos of places I almost have no hope of ever visiting as well, but it with a sense of loss. This photo gives me a sense of inspiring hope. And the beauty that lies shrouded in mist.
    The fog will lift. We are here to support each other in journeying out of the fog, so write if you want to chat.
    I hope today is a day filled with sunshine.
    ox – S.


  3. island traveler
    April 12, 2012

    I thought I saw huge areas of fog until I saw this photo. Amazing. Beautiful post!


  4. Unconfirmed Bachelorette
    April 13, 2012

    Just beautiful. I’m wondering where in Canada….


  5. rainey
    April 13, 2012

    This was in Nova Scotia. I don’t remember exactly where because we toured the entire area. It was an incredible place.


  6. Nice analogy re: the fog and the beauty below. But fog alone can be pretty spectacular at times too!


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