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Into the Unknown

Photo by contributor Anjum Singhania. Anjum suffers from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. His challenges often lead him to feelings of anxiety and an inability to concentrate on things that are important to him. He is trying everyday to overcome his inabilities. Writing, music and photography give him solace.

About this photo: “Shot last year, this is one photo that I am very proud of. This passage instantly motivated me to capture it with my camera, and a little post-processing did wonders on this. I’d also like to thank my girlfriend for helping me add life to this photograph.

Find more from Anjum at DoubleThink.


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6 comments on “Into the Unknown

  1. Madonna B.
    October 3, 2014

    I like the picture its more deep:-)


  2. imaginarytree
    October 3, 2014

    I very much like this photograph. The patterns in the sidewalk and arch, complete with tree branches and the arms and legs of your friend. It truly is a marvelous image. Thank you for sharing.


  3. esse636
    October 3, 2014

    A beautiful image.


  4. tonycottrellphotography
    October 3, 2014

    There is a lot to this photo, much more than just a simple shot. The B&W makes it much more dramatic.


  5. Leya
    October 4, 2014

    Great choice of B&W – the photo tells many stories.


  6. robertmgoldstein
    October 5, 2014



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