Some of us are afraid to write about a bit of who we are in our captions and social media accounts so we restrict ourselves to the pictures because it's really a scary thing to be judged. We dilute ourselves in high definition frames and a bit of filter here and there, portraying perfect worlds.
Isn't it interesting to see how we try to create perfect snippets of ourselves in a world that thrives on imperfections? A world that is fully functional from creating life through mistakes and the experiences we gain from living.
I could also look at it this way, maybe we are too busy living life to bother about the captions and talking about ourselves but then again we still take time to create the perfect pictures.
Well, I'm just here to remind us that the best pictures exist in our reality which is created by imperfect moments and not when we strike the perfect pose nor define what we want to see in every pixel.
It is when we dance and trip in our reality, break with shoulders slouching today to pick ourselves up the next day. Those are the imperfect moments that will hopefully build up to the most worthwhile scenes of our lives until we are old and grey.
So remember that the perfect pictures aren't taken when we are striking a pose or told to say cheese; they are created when we are in our natural state as imperfect and gloriously flawed as we can be.