Upside Down


When you’re depressed, often everything looks a little weird. As if the world is not quite balanced. Vaguely unsettling. It all seems just a bit, um, off:

Upside Down

Please compare these two pictures.

Upside Up

Yes, this bottom one is the right one. I think that when I flipped it upside down, I accidentally got a picture of Depression.

1 Response to “Upside Down”

  1. 1 melindasleight Aug 27, 2013 at 02:45


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