Multiple Sclerosis · RANDOM


One of the things I would love to do more of is photography. The problem is my damn wheel-chariot. It makes it hard to shoot what I find intriguing. Abandoned buildings, homes, hospitals, cemeteries. Places with history. Roger bought me an awesome Canon EOS with all the gadgets and gizmos along with a big ole zoom lens. It is something that makes me smile. We also have a couple of amazing 35mm film cameras.

I am a huge fan of a FaceBook site: Another State Of Mind Urban Exploration . They also have a shop here: Another State Of Mind . Their photography and their eye is extraordinary. I urge you to like their FaceBook page as well as check out their shop. As most of my friends know I have a love for the unusual, paranormal, etc. The Asylums and abandoned buildings they find and shoot are first rate. I joke that I am living vicariously through their lens. Which, in all actuality, is no joke.

There are some amazing places in California I am finding with histories and even hauntings. I am hoping to one day be able to go to some of them and shoot some photos. Praying for some sort of crippled access. lol

Depression is a huge part of my Multiple Sclerosis, seeing the photos from Another State of Mind makes me smile, and imagining the stories behind the photos is so intriguing. I would love to show you some examples of their work, but copyright is very important to me. So I implore you to go check out their sites. You will be glad you did.

xx, Tracy...

12 thoughts on “Photography

  1. I checked out their page and love the photos. Wish I could take awsome photos like that. Thanks for sharing it with us 🙂

    Hope you get some sleep tonight (((Hugz)))


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  3. Sounds very interesting…have you seen “Paranormal Activity?”…I could not even finish it…my friend took a paranormal class at our local high school and she was so intrigued…she and her friend have ghost hunted through cemeteries and told me it gives you an adrenaline rush..will check out the site!



    1. Really liked Paranormal Activity until I found out it had 3 endings and was totally fake. lol I must say I jumped a few times in the theater. lol I want to see the new one too.

      There is another called Paranormal Entity, it was pretty good.


  4. Once your new med starts working we’ll never keep you down. I’m thinking positive for you and know that one day you’ll be a famous photographer taking all kinds of great shots and sharing them with us. Love you! xoxo


    1. Wouldn’t that be amazing!!? I took photography in College, but then life happened and I got swayed.

      As for the meds, I hope they start working as I’m on month 3 going to 4 and not much. But, good things do come to those who wait. Right? lol
      love ya, xoxo


  5. Photography means a lot to me too. Walking with Kodi allows me to stop and photograph things of interest. I love nature photography, I like to find odd things in nature I’ve not seen before.
    I was lucky enough yesterday to be able to catch a beautiful cardinal low enough and close enough in the trees for me to get a picture of him. What a treat that was.

    It certainly is wonderful therapy. I hope you can figure out how to get out and about to enjoy your fantastic camera.

    (((Hugs))) oxoxox


  6. Have you ever checked out the blog 24 at Heart? She has chronic pain from a car accident and is a photographer.

    Recently she started developing another blog (in her words):

    “I’m working on designing a separate place. A place where people with pain, disabilities, or any type of challenge or obstacle can come to share their love of photography. It will be a place where people can tell their stories – whether their stories be of struggles or triumphs.

    It will also be a place where they can submit photos to share. People who have loved and lost photography (as I did for three years) will be welcome – as well as those who have never taken a photo but would like to try.”

    Here’s a link to that post:

    Just a thought. Hoping for the best for you!


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