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This is my visual description of how loneliness and depression can be. There are times when you can be surrounded by hundreds of people yet are not mentally capable of letting anyone in. It is a debilitating disease that can take hold of anyone at any time.

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rust, door, sadness, entry, tear, handle

Comments

  • Colleen Sattler
    Colleen Sattlerabout 4 years ago

    An excellent image – it beautifully captures the isolation of depression and loneliness.

  • Thanks so much Colleen!

    – Anji Johnston

  • Rhonda Strickland
    Rhonda Stricklandabout 4 years ago

    Wow, quite profound and sad in it’s truth. . .

  • Thanks so much restlessd – I always appreciate your comments!

    – Anji Johnston

  • JUSTART
    JUSTARTabout 4 years ago

    great strong work

  • Much appreciated JUSTART

    – Anji Johnston

  • Susan Ringler
    Susan Ringlerabout 4 years ago

    You captured the feeling oh so well…

  • Aww – thank you Susan!

    – Anji Johnston

  • Johnheartsphoto
    Johnheartsphotoabout 4 years ago

    Amazing work.

  • Thank you so much John!

    – Anji Johnston

  • Bec Schopen
    Bec Schopenabout 4 years ago

    Wow Anji, very moving.

  • Hey Bec! How are you? Thanks for stopping by!

    – Anji Johnston

  • Cathy  Walker
    Cathy Walkerabout 4 years ago

    your description fits the image perfectly

  • Thanks so much Cathy!

    – Anji Johnston

  • © Kira Bodensted
    © Kira Bodenstedabout 4 years ago

  • Wow bdazzled – thank you so much for the feature! I am absolutely loving this group – so full of talent and variety. you guys are ding such a fantastic job. Thank you

    – Anji Johnston

  • Anna Shaw
    Anna Shawabout 4 years ago

    Congratulations on your feature. It is a stunning image.
    xx

  • I appreciate your comments so much Anna – thank you

    – Anji Johnston

  • Terry Marter
    Terry Marterabout 4 years ago

    A very insightful depiction Anji. Excellent art.

  • Thanks for always stopping by and leaving a comment Terry – I really do appreciate it

    – Anji Johnston

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