Surviving Our Harshest Winters

I needed to see this today. Thank you to the photographer, Harris Lieberman, who writes: This picture reminds me that even the most fragile parts of our soul can survive even the harshest of our winters, coming back to life with all the beauty we remember from the most soothing of seasons past.”

Broken Light: A Photography Collective

Please welcome first-time contributor Harris Lieberman, a man who has spent fifty of his sixty-three years living with depression and anxiety. He has reached the conclusion that he will never be able to fully control either of them, but he tries to manage them as best he can. He appreciates that they are in part responsible for who and how he is.

About this photo: “Photo taken at Pipi Valley, approximately 3,700 feet up in the Central Sierra Range of California, July 2011. This picture reminds me that even the most fragile parts of our soul can survive even the harshest of our winters, coming back to life with all the beauty we remember from the most soothing of seasons past.”

Find more from Harris at his website.

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