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Please say hello to a first-time contributor from Yorkshire in the UK. He is a 42-year-old man who has suffered from depression since his early teens. His depression usually falls in the mild-to-moderate range, but several times a year it is much worse.
About these photos: “I like to take deliberately blurry and out of focus photographs as these reflect how I feel and my experience of depression, and how the real physical world becomes distant and blurry and out of reach. I also try to capture the isolation and the half life of depression – present, yet one step removed, remote and poorly connected, without focus”