It struck me tonight that my generation has trouble with smiling. Yes. We do . I could flood this post with numerous pictures of frowning teenagers & young adults hopping onto that band wagon of taking perfect pictures with dramatic flare.
This is not a serious post. Simply satirical. And quite true. It is quite possible that people my age have quite forgotten the art of smiling. Oh and maybe we also have camera lens phobia. Which seems that in order for the picture to be a good one, we have to be staring off into the distance as a flaming sunset compliments our stare. Yeah. Basically, we don’t look at the camera lens. It’s a phobia. I think. Or some sort of weird generational thing. BUT if we do happen to look at the camera, we stare intently into it, forsaking all smiles. Continue reading “The Long-Lost Art of Smiling”