We all have masks we wear. Some of us have created these masks because we’re afraid of what people will think of us, or because we don’t feel we are good enough as who we are. Some of us are hiding from something – pain, loss, insecurity.
I went through a really hard time two years ago, and reached out for the help I needed. With a lot of hard work, and support from my friends and amazing husband, I’ve learned to come out from behind the mask I was wearing and be who I am. I learned to love who I am.
This is my interpretation of what it’s like to drop the mask. Enjoy.
*Shot with 100% film in all available light