half-full or half-empty?

The hammock and Photoshop finally met for a play date again. They even invited the Wacom tablet that’s been ignored for more than half a year.
What they created together turned out darker (figuratively speaking) than I intended. Also, it took forever to finish it (even if you probably can’t really see why).
Anyway. When you look at it, what do you see? Am I escaping the dark fog – or am I being swallowed by it? Hope – or giving up? The light at the end of the tunnel, or the light at the end of the tunnel that’s actually a train speeding towards you? It’s always a matter of perspective.

Here’s the original picture, just for fun. And some more pics from the same shoot.

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2 Comments

  1. Don´t care about what the fog does. It´s up to you to be happy. I´ll guess that´s the typical point of view of somebody who never dealt with depression.

    • melanie

      you guessed right (from what I’ve experienced so far, that is) :D still, not caring about what the fog does is the goal in the end. for some, the ability to do so is completely natural. others have to learn, and try. and fail. and try again :)

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