This might not quite convince as a middlin'-sized JPEG, but I'll bet it's a gorgeous print. (When I look at Andy's work I'm imagining superbly crafted large-format prints on fiber paper, but I haven't asked him. I wonder if that is indeed what they are, or if I'm being fooled.) See if you can find some things you like in Andy's portfolio on Picasa.
You might also like his blog, Tao of Photography. Since posting about Josef Sudek the other day, I've had several nice and very interesting email exchanges with readers who are disabled. Regarding Sudek, I used to joke with Sally Mann that I'd use an 8x10 like she does, except that it's too big and heavy for me (Sally's about half my size). But seriously, an 8x10 outfit really is too much camera for me. So I think that, from now on, whenever I feel lazy about some obstacle or another that's standing in my way, I'm going to think of Josef Sudek using his 8x10 camera and doing all his darkroom work with one arm. That's seriously inspiring. As if his work weren't inspiring enough all by itself.
But I digress. I meant to mention that you might be interested in an insightful and well-written article that Andy Ilachinski wrote on Tao of Photography called "Learning to See from the Blind." Worth the read. (It's about a book called Seeing Beyond Sight: Photographs by Blind Teenagers.)
Do check out Andy's work. I'll bet you can find some you really like.