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The Clouds Roll In

Photo taken by contributor Ali, a 40-year-old father of two from London who was diagnosed last year with Anxiety and Depression. He is an author, a carpenter, and an occasional accountant.

About this photo: “Sometimes I feel like an observer, watching the darkness take over me. I can see it happening, but I’m powerless to resist it. I’ve had help in limiting the damage of those episodes to others, and recovering from them quickly… but, I can’t stop the clouds from gathering.

Find more from Ali at his blog.

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6 comments on “The Clouds Roll In

  1. beyondthiscamera
    January 7, 2014

    That is spectacular…

    Like

  2. aliabbasali
    January 7, 2014

    I’ve written a prose companion piece to the photo on my blog.

    Like

  3. spencersamalvin
    January 7, 2014

    Beautiful photo, thanks, Ali . . hang in there, dude. I know depression sucks ’cause I have it, too . .

    Like

  4. Inge*
    January 8, 2014
  5. Paula McLane Jennings
    January 10, 2014

    this photo is absolutely stunning. I too suffer from depression and anxiety. I know exactly that feeling when the dark clouds come rolling in. This photo is amazing.

    Like

  6. drcarolinetaylor
    January 25, 2014

    Beautiful picture.

    Like

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