As I've been getting back into the craft I've been noticing more and more how obviously witchy everything I come across is and how much I'm not drawn to it.
Don't get me wrong I do enjoy seeing all the dark, moody photos of people's crystals and grimoires and desaturated photos of autumnal landscapes and herbs hanging to dry, but it's just not my thing.
I don't want to have such a dark and gloomy filter over my personal practice and sometimes I feel that because I enjoy brightly lit environments, pastel colors, floral patterns, and things accented in white and gold I don't belong in the witchcraft community. I know the overall aesthetic of witchcraft has no bearing over actual practice and all these photos and videos are just edited to look more witchy but I just feel so out of place because my photos won't look like that because that's not "me" but it's what a vast majority of the community enjoys and aspires to.
Do any of you struggle with this issue? Even if you haven't, do you have any advice for how to overcome this? I just feel like it's holding me back from fully embracing my practice and I can't figure out how to get over this ridiculous hangup.