Fascinated

Please welcome first-time contributor Kevin, an 18-year-old photographer from China. He is currently based in Chattanooga where he attends high school. He's been struggling with depression and anxiety for almost two years. He considers photography to be the best way for him to express himself. About this photo: “I always enjoy walking on crowded streets searching for... Continue Reading →

Before The Storm

Photo taken by contributor Danielle in NYC, a woman who has been diagnosed with Bipolar II and Borderline Personality Disorder, among other things. Photography is an outlet and coping tool that helps her through the challenging times. About this photo: "I feel like there is always some sort of storm brewing in my life. A stormy relationship. A work... Continue Reading →

Inscope Archway

Please say a warm hello to first-time contributor Leonard, a 66-year-old man who has suffered bouts of bipolar illness since his twenties. He has been a fine arts digital photographer for the past 13 years and prior to that a Pediatrician for 23 years. About this photo: "This photograph called 'Inscope Archway' was taken in Central Park in... Continue Reading →

Grand Tunnel of Depression

Photo taken by contributor Danielle in New York City. She was diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder in her early twenties, and has been in treatment on and off for over a decade since. She enjoys art, music, taking photos, and cuddles from her dog. About this photo: "I took this recently in Central Park. I was... Continue Reading →

Masterpiece

Photo taken by contributor Danielle, a woman in New York who suffers from anxiety and panic attacks, and has been agoraphobic over the past year. About this photo: "From the high vantage point at which I took this photograph, Manhattan and the clouds above looked like a masterpiece created by a painter. I think this particular capture sums... Continue Reading →

Urban Rooftops

Photo taken by Clare, a woman who has been diagnosed with major depression, bipolar, among other things. Photography is something she studied in school some years ago, and still enjoys very much. About this photo: "Manhattan means many things to me, and my feelings for it can swing like my moods. It's a place of culture... Continue Reading →

Start Spreading the News

Photo taken by D. from N.J. who struggles with anxiety and bipolar II. About this photo: New York City as viewed from across the Hudson River. The city seems calm, almost peaceful when viewed from afar, just like many people who suffer from anxiety disorders. **Submit photos to Broken Light here. **We’re now on Facebook & Twitter! Like us for... Continue Reading →

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