To truly experience nature, you need to get a bit more in keeping with your environment. Stephanie Lisa Kelly’s Rewilding Humans photographic exhibition opens the door to opening your mind and your heart to the world around you, and in the process, yourself.
The images show the naturalness of being in nature. How unsheathing the protective layers and external barriers can make for a more engaged, more mindful and more beneficial experience.
“Seeing images of ourselves being wild and free in nature is a powerful reminder that this who we truly are,” says Steph.
The connection to the wildness of the natural world, as well as our own inner wildness is fundamental in restoring balances, she says.
Steph’s photography opens up that connection. It is a vehicle for healing and self-exploration, she says. “Seeing ourselves in our true power and beauty is something I want for everyone.”
The exhibition is much more than shedding clothes, it’s about shedding external expectations and finding freedom. With the collection of images, there’s almost a call to the wild, and if you can’t immerse yourself completely in your – and the world’s nature – then you can hanker towards it through Steph’s images.
Steph says: “I believe in the power of the natural world to recall us to our most essential, authentic expression and power.”
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