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Shadows

Photo taken by contributor Jacque who has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and ADHD. She is a graphic designer, wife, and mother to two boys. She is learning to draw from God’s strength to get her through every day. She has also found art and music to be great healers and outlets for the soul.

About this photo: “On a recent visit to the John Hancock Tower in Chicago where I live, I captured this image of the shadows of the buildings. I loved the way the buildings cast their shadows over the lake and I related to the visual imagery of having two sides. One light and one dark…I also recently had someone ask me, “What exactly does being your friend mean? You’re so all over the place it’s hard to know. Do you even know?

Find more from Jacque at her blog.

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3 comments on “Shadows

  1. Frank
    October 30, 2014

    Beautiful lighting and picture Jacque! Being your friend means making other person number one!!!

    Like

  2. thehappyhugger
    October 31, 2014

    I love the shadows and how they create a different dimension to your photo.

    Like

  3. Margaret
    October 31, 2014

    Interesting photo, love the shadows…. oh, and about that question, is n’t that for the person to ask themselves? Being there for you (unquestioning) is being a friend

    Like

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