Monday, March 05, 2007

They help.

4 children,
3 counselors,
2 psychiatrists,
1 behavioral pediatrician,
& countless refills.

We've tried all the other ways, but resigned ourself to what works. You do what you have to.


Scrivener said...

It's a really cool shot, too. It's beautiful but just a teensy bit creepy, too. Or is that me projecting? This one kind of reminds me of Julie's shot from today in the way the bands of orange and yellow surrounding the green give a hint of flowerness, and in making something beautiful out of the mundane.

SusansPlace said...

Beth, I like the colors here. They do shed some joyful light on the situation. I really like your attitude!


Dalissa 365 said...

Very springy colors coming out in the prescription meds... nice. I like macro shots but can't do them myself since Jeff doesn't own a macro lens.

Sandie said...

It is a great shot. It makes me study what I normally wouldn't look at twice.

julieunplugged said...

Is it too weird that I like this photo as one of your best? I love that you can see the tiny script of the prespecription through the orange tube! The pills themselves are so clear - even the granules inside. Great shot.

We do have a similar color pallette going! :)

carrie said...

I know those pills! A hearty "Amen" to doing what works. To paraphrase, "Damn the criticisms, full speed ahead."

Paula said...

The angle makes the bottle look fluted. Cool. It took me a second to figure out what it was.

Ampersand said...

I know that it is not an *easy* subject, but it really is an amazing shot. The concentric rings of color are fabulous.