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Photo taken by contributor Annie, a woman who lives with depression, anxiety, PTSD, dissociative disorder and a myriad of other issues that haunt her. She enjoys writing, creating art, and her cat Zoe.

About this photo: “I wanted to call this photo “Ambiguity” because the viewer cannot quite determine where the photo was taken, the context is uncertain.  That is rather how I feel when I experience a dissociative episode.  I will stay with that title.  It seems to fit.”


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6 comments on “Ambiguity

  1. mostlymonochrome
    October 27, 2014

    Very strong composition.


  2. suej
    October 27, 2014

    Love this…great composition, the lines and the light are very powerful.


  3. pillbox_shooter
    October 27, 2014

    I really love this picture (and I try not to say tat too often!). It reminds me of a Stieglitz photograph. Very stylish.


  4. obviouskelve
    October 27, 2014

    Reblogged this on advertword1.


  5. mytiturk
    October 28, 2014

    Very first impression: six diagonal guitar strings from a giant guitar. Guitar is very important to the residents of our local prison. They love to play. The grid on the right reminds me of a cage. A fascinating image.


  6. thewisdomyears
    October 29, 2014

    Thank you for this. It is a powerful representation of the mind. Thank you, Annie.


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