Dealing with Darkness, a year later, two years in fact…

In your photographs you have the light in the darkness 🙂

Ojo De Piedra - Eye of Stone.

How many months or years can a photography project take?, is there a point where one can say “it’s done”?

Luckily in this dehumanized world some still keep their promises (though it took me longer than I expected).

Several weeks ago (in fact months) I told in a previous post I was going to share in this journal images about the toughest times since I suffered a second deep dive into the darkness of depression and anxiety which became the most evident around the end of November 2016 (to know more, please take a look at my post Taking off the Mask ). The hardest times I went through took place between the following December 2016 and January and February 2017. Two years later I’m still on the way to recovery, my life would seem normal from a distance however the process continues. Well, as part of this process…

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“Sh*t Your Pants Airlines” : The illogical logic around my fear of flying — LIFE’S RECIPE BOOK

Ever since my early teens, I’ve had a strong fear of flying. It could have been caused by the very bad storm we flew through when I was 14 or perhaps it was that impending realisation that we’re being thrown from one place to another in a giant, metal box full of farts. Regardless, it […]

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Fall Favorites: Delicious Root Bisque — Traveling Tiny, Living Healthy

I’ve been making variations on this soup since I was a dirt-poor missionary in Germany and root vegetables were the only things my sad little budget could afford. It’s cheap to make, and it makes a decent sized pot full! The key to root soup is celery root, which can be hard to find in […]

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