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Sometimes I don’t know what is me, and what is the pills. What is depression and what is medication zoning me out. Is this two subjects or really just one?
Excellent photo for this challenge!
Excellent, thought provoking entry.
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Excellent photo and thoughtful post.
Do those pills make everything look like it is crooked.
very thought provoking … good choice!
A really unique entry – I like it!
Great take on the theme!
what a powerful photo–says so much
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Excellent photo with a message – a real ‘shot from my mind’s eye’ photo. I like it.
nice shot for theme
excellent photo and a very creative thought provoking take on the theme
Great take on this week’s challenge.
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Your picture made me think… There are many possible interpretations, from “where is my second half?” to schizophrenia
One of the different interpretation that i found across other blogs. Keep it up
Intriguing and interesting. Thought provoking for sure. : )
I have great respect for your vulnerability.
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This is a very good entry of the two subjects! I love your interpretation and your picture tells the story.
the angle makes this shot. confusion.
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Interesting subjects! I like just the hint/sliver of the woman!
Excellent approach to the challenge.
So dark, interesting interpretation..
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I like the angle, the partial image in the mirror, the visible contents of the cabinet – it’s such an arty unarty photograph – well done you!
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