Although originally posted two years ago in a now defunct “Play of The Week” theme, it is a helpful reminder that what is seen, is not always what is actually happening.
We all wear a mask to some extent to cover or hide our inner complexities, insecurities and issues we don’t what the world to see.
That we don’t want to see.
That smooth and silky exterior that is presented for the world to marvel at may simply be a slight change in shutter speed to hide the ferocity and uncontrollable torrent of issues a person’s existence may actually be.
What you actually see is likely not the truth.
The stark reality is we all wear a mask to some degree.
The smoothness and milkiness of the water don’t correspond to the actuality of the environment. Like this picture, sometimes what we present to the world, in reality, isn’t what is truly happening in our lives.
This was a steep raging torrent of water that cascaded out of seemingly nothing at the base of a hill.
This picture was taken on the Bruce Trail located on the west side of the Beaver Valley, Ontario.