[January Jumpstart 2023] – The things you can’t see.

[January Jumpstart 2023] – The things you can’t see.

Question if you will, what do you see when you look at my images, whether it’s on my bog, Twitter/Mastodon or even via Discord?

I’m sure some will see a cute male ass, they may see the location i’m in outdoors, the bright sunshine and the green leaves on the trees, they may see me using a toy or a prop that I may be playing with angles and all things creative or even that I may have applied some editing to make my image stand out.
No matter what you see it is all part of what I want to show off, it’s maybe fitting a theme or and idea I have and I do my best to capture it in said photos.

The thing with a number of these images though is the parts you can’t see. Not just the part of an image not in shot, the preparation I have to get a shot or the multiple attempts I take to get something that’s in focus and framed correctly.

When I look back at some of these images I am remidned of a particular day, a particular part of my life or just a particular set of thoughts and feelings.
One image that kicked off my desire for change was a creative image that took time and effort to get just right, but the day I took the image was one where I felt like shit.

I had just started to recover from nasty cold like symptoms and ended up suffering from dehydration along with a a drained mental state. I wasn’t in a great place but knew I needed to make changes and do more for myself, similar to having goals this year although not quite as an easy place to make them happen as I am now.

A image on the opposite end of the scale was one of my many outdoor shots that I took after the above events.I found myself in a rare position of things going my way, I assume from the changes I started to make.
I was having a great time with my blog, had fun plans with someone who was also getting updates as I went out to shoot and encouraging me at times.

These are just two examples of things of things going on that you only I will know from looking at my pictures, they show that there is often more to a picture than you see, there a lot of stuff behind that picture that maybe made it possible or that reminds me of a part of muy life I don’t share.

I share a lot about my life but don’t share every little detail, so the next time you see one of my images just remember that there is likely a lot more to it than just what you see on the screen.

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