Live Large: The Cameras are Flashing
By Sara Jane
Are you living large or acting small?
Are you the leading lady or man in your own life or playing a supporting role?
I spent so many years playing a bit part in my own life. Hard to believe now, I know but so very true.
Cameras are great for catching a moment in time, a birth, christening, engagement, graduation, marriage and so much more.
When was the last time you took a good look at old photos of yourself; I mean a really good look? Not just at the clothes and hairstyles but at your expression, the look in your eyes, were you truly happy?
My parents very sweetly gave an album of my life for my 50th, all I could see for many of my early years, was an unhappy child that rarely smiled. Bringing home just how much the traumas of my first 2 years had affected me.
I know what it is like to live small, it is very uncomfortable and can be very debilitating, always worrying about what others think about you, how you are being judged.
It is time to step out from behind the camera and be the lead in your own life.
Is there anything you would like to do, something you would like to learn, somewhere you would like to go?
By all means start small, or not, you could just take the bull by the horns and go large; what is speaking to you.
Pictures reveal more than you think, the camera can pick up more than the eye can see, whether in your life or in nature.
This is a picture taken by my Mother at St Nectans Waterfall in Cornwall.
For years, probably since my teens, I have taken photos, especially of waterfalls and thought they had been spoiled by splashes of water on the lens. Now I know better, my cameras have always picked up Orbs.
What are the photos of your life telling you about your life and what changes would you like to make to Live Large for those Flashing Cameras?
Copyright © Sara Jane 2020