“Essentially what photography is is life lit up.”
— Sam Abell

Photography has long been known to have a healing power to heal in profound ways. Taking photos can be a great way to destress and process emotions, allowing us to move through difficult times with greater ease. It’s a form of self-expression, providing an outlet for our innermost thoughts and feelings that we may not be able to express in words. For me taking pictures allows me to observe my surroundings from a different perspective and gain insight into my own life. The healing power of photography helps me process my emotions and find peace within myself.

Taking photos can be an incredibly powerful tool for improving mental health. It can help to express our emotions, capture moments of joy, and create beautiful memories. Being able to take photos is also a great way to practice mindfulness and stay present in the moment. By taking photos, we can document our lives in a way that helps us to reflect on our experiences and gain insight into how we are feeling. Additionally, photography can help us to connect with others by allowing us to share our stories and feelings through images. Taking photos can be an incredibly beneficial activity for improving mental health and wellbeing.

It can help us to see the world in a different light and appreciate the beauty of our surroundings. It can also provide us with an outlet for emotional expression and allow us to process difficult experiences. By exploring the healing power of photography, we can open ourselves up to new perspectives, gain insight into our emotions, and discover new ways of expressing ourselves. So why not start exploring today?

Daffodil In Snow

2 responses to “What activities do you lose yourself in?”

  1. Simon Avatar

    What can I say – I’m with you all the way on this 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Lisa Young Avatar

      Yes once photography gets in your blood its over. All you want to do is press that shutter. ❤️


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