In the brilliant tradition of 12 Blueprints, I leave you with two photos of the same woman. This woman happens to be me. I'm not going to include many words in this post because I want the images to speak for themselves. Look at the pictures and let yourself react on a gut level. What story is the first woman telling? What about the second woman? Does one story have more tension in it? Does one evoke more self-awareness, more confidence? We are not looking for right or wrong answers here; we are simply considering the power of color to communicate different versions of ourselves.
Note: This is number 5 in a series. For posts 1-4 of One Woman, Two Versions, go to 12 Blueprints.