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Welcome to the gallery site of Broken Light Collective. We are artists of all levels and abilities who are affected by mental illness. We create and we share our work for the therapeutic benefits to us, as well as others who may be struggling and feeling scared and alone. Together we can move from disconnected to collective.

Photo taken by contributor Ty Fitzgerald, a man who has been diagnosed with Bipolar II. Ty has a fondness for Lo-fi and Lux filters because they intensify shadows, highlights and colors. Such photos visually represent the way he sees the world, a little brighter and darker than he imagines those without bipolar disorder see the world.

About this photo: “This photograph of a dilapidated building is another example of how I love to photograph beaten down and broken things. I think it shows the effects of time and is testament to the inevitability of our demise.

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5 responses to “Dilapidated”

  1. The Professionally Depressed Professional Avatar
    The Professionally Depressed Professional

    “I think it shows the effects of time and is testament to the inevitability of our demise”: I love the fact that the grass in front of this building has been cut, but the building itself is slowly decaying. The duality between life and death is fantastic.

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  2. bembunny Avatar

    Is the rust on the roll up door making all these red and violet hues? It looks as if it’s a door to somewhere wonderful 🙂

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  3. careabouteducation Avatar

    Reblogged this on careabouteducation and commented:
    Nice pict. thanks

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  4. maureenjenner Avatar

    Shows a once useful building past its best, but its walls exude a mellowness in the sunlight.

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  5. autisticaplanet Avatar
    autisticaplanet

    Reblogged this on autisticaplanet blogs and commented:
    I need to look into lo-fi. I have seen photos with this effect & am interested.

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