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Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside


“The present was an egg laid by the past that had the future inside its shell.”
Zora Neale Hurston


Be part of The Weekly Photo Challenge at The Daily Post.
Be part of The Weekly Photo Challenge at The Daily Post.

  . . . and take out a moment to look inside these posts:

Inside Yummm . . .
Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside | by the recipe

The new framed inside the old . . .
Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside | My Food Odyssey

Inside us and inside the earth . . .
Weekly Photo Challenge: “Inside” | Detours

A view from inside looking out . . .
Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside | The Visual Chronicle

Inside a flower . . .
Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside | Perennial Pastimes

Blurring the lines between inside and outside . . .
When Inside moves Outside | bluebrightly

Haunting photos inside Auschwitz  . . .
Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside | Mrs Ayla’s Adventures

What’s inside sushi . . . ?
Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside | BLASTED GOAT

Future inside a box . . .
39tostart | Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

I love the lines, light and shadows inside this series of corridors . . .
Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside | Have Bag, Will Travel


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Trying to make sense of it all and . . . for the most part . . . doing it.

10 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

  1. Happy to see someone got what my photos were about…”Inside us and inside the earth”. I wondered if anyone would without me saying so. 🙂
    Thanks for sharing!

    1. Thank you! I was actually running late for work because I was taking so many different pictures. I was having trouble with the shadows, and the light in my other rooms was horrid. I prefer natural light for food, but I had to eat these eggs before the sun came up! What I am getting as is that I really appreciate your comment! It was not as easy as it looks!

      1. Yes—I enjoy your description—I can almost see it—and appreciate how it’s not as easy as it looks! Isn’t that one more thing we enjoy as photographers—the process?

  2. Thank you, Coral! I wish you could have seen me trying to get the picture of my uncooked breakfast so I could cook it, eat it, and still get to work on time!

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