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Many Rivers to Cross

Photo taken by Jim Work, who has struggled with depression for much of his life. It was taken at the beaver pond near Rio Grande Campground in Big Bend National Park, Texas.

About this photo: I made this photograph in the late afternoon after taking a nice hike. I love finding images that work as analogies to the things I encounter and have problem with, i.e. bridges, change…I have battled depression for a lot of my 63 years. I used to self medicate with alcohol, pot, coke, speed or whatever would alter the perception of reality. I now use prozac and photography to try and stay up. It works for the most part. 

**Submit your photos here. **Sending our best to contributor The Quiet Borderline who is leaving the psychiatric hospital today!

9 comments on “Many Rivers to Cross

  1. anaslense
    April 16, 2012

    So beautiful!


  2. Rosina Peixoto
    April 16, 2012

    Bridges make me think of union. Let´s build more bridges among nations.
    Pretty pic!


  3. Irfan Hussain
    April 17, 2012

    it’s a fabulous shot


  4. LA Edwards
    April 17, 2012

    Nice shot!


  5. rutheh
    April 17, 2012

    Great light.


  6. laz
    April 17, 2012

    Beautiful!! Looks like another world in the other side!


  7. anotherthousandwords
    April 17, 2012

    Marvelous shot, Mr. Work!


  8. 8teen39
    April 19, 2012

    Seems like you caught this just at the right time. The lighting is gorgeous. So’s the shot. I’d love to see this from various angles and how the light plays off the water


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