Contest entrants were asked to scan an image of themselves as a child and then “recreate” it as an adult.
1st Prize goes to Alvin Epp – Speaker, coach and author “Through the Eyes of Guilt”
My mom gave me this photo just months before she passed away last year. I was 6 years old and it was in 1965 near Yarrow, BC on our farm. I was always in rubber boots in the summer. A few days ago, my wife and I drove past the old farm house. Everything was still the same! So we recreated the photo. It was an odd feeling stopping and looking at the place I grew up. It’s been 50 years – from 6 to 56. My how time flies. There are so many great stories and adventures that the 6 year old would never have dreamed would happen.
2nd Prize goes to Anastasia Modestova – Videographer at www.MovieAboutYou.com
I was 4 years old in this picture. I used to be a VERY serious girl. Friends of my parents tried their best to make me smile. Baby talk etc… Hahaha. They never succeeded… I was listening transfixed, silently, looking directly at their eyes. I can imagine their disappointment… 🙂 Now I am totally different. It took me 10 minutes to make a photo with such a serious face.
3rd Prize goes to Marsha Therese Danzig, Healer, Author, Yogi www.TheJoyBreakthrough.com
At 14 years old, I was going through chemo and as a result of my illness I became an amputee. In this photo at 51, I am a Cape Cod Kitten Dancer! Due to my experiences as a child I devoted my life to yoga and helping others like me. I have since founded three international yoga programs: Yoga for Amputees, Pediatric Yoga and Color Me Yoga for Children. Joy has been a powerful catalyst for change and healing: www.TheJoyBreakthrough.com
Honourable Mentions go to:
Carla Rieger – Speaker Coach and Change Leadership Expert
Carol Ann Fried – Teambuilding and Fun at Work Expert
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