Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

“Find a place inside where there’s joy, and the joy will burn out the pain.” Joseph Campbell

Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

In confined spaces, everything  becomes pronounced, re-framed in a constrained, yet focused way.  For this photo project, I decided to let the photos speak to you before I add my interpretations of what they represent. What do you see inside each shot? Where are they located?

“Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.” Carl Jung

Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

What do these shots tell you? Do you recognize their location? When you think of inside shots what ideal image comes to mind? Tell me about your photo vision of inside?  Come back later for my story.

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“What lies behind you and what lies in front of you, pales in comparison to what lies inside of you.” Ralph Waldo Emerson

Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

What interesting shots of interior spaces have you taken lately? What drew you in?

This post was inspired by a prompt from WP Daily Post: Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside. Showing things relative to other things allows you to emphasize a particular subject (a ship in a bottle), show juxtaposition (a clown drinking in a bar) or abstract themes (oil in a puddle). The “inside” idea can be as wide-open as your imagination wants to make it. From the simple to the absurd, it works on almost any level. This week, in a post created specifically for this challenge, share a photo that says INSIDE.

What comes to mind when you think this subject – Inside?  Do let me know in a comment below.Thank you EVERYONE!

For more, check out how others interpreted the theme – WP Daily Post: Weekly Photo Challenge: INSIDE

Positive Motivation Tip: In confined spaces, everything  becomes pronounced, constrained, tight. Sometimes, what we believe belongs outside, opens our eyes when we see it on the inside…

PHOTO CREDITS/ATTRIBUTIONS: All Photos from my Personal Collection.

Until Next Time…
Ask. Believe. Receive. ©
Elizabeth Obih-Frank
Mirth and Motivation
Positive Kismet

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55 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

  1. One of your photos – the one of the subway train – reminded me of this one time I took the NYC subway at rush hour and I was literally packed in like a sardine. It was the most uncomfortable experience of my life. It didn’t help that it was July and almost 100 degrees on there either.

  2. Great “inside” photos…

  3. the under ground tunnels FREAK ME OUT when we are traveling.. cool to go under but kind of scary.. so many WHAT IF’s go through my head!

  4. Very cool looking sets of photos! You remind me to spend more time on my picture taking!

  5. Driving in the tunnel photos are fun. I love the way the lights streak.

  6. I love that photo of the hallway. Beautiful images!

  7. Not sure if my comment went through. Great pictures. Love the last hallway images.

  8. What a neat photo challenge. I love the pigeons have you in their sites photo.

  9. Beautiful photos! Amazing work of art!

  10. I love Jung; great Jungian quote to use. It inspires me to go after unrelinquished dreams.

  11. Beth@FrugalFroggie

    Those pictures make you want to stop and look around at your surroundings. So much goes by without even a glance.

  12. Brett Martin (@brettbmartin)

    I haven’t done many interesting shots lately, but we’ve all been sick a lot. I love the penguin is watching!

  13. Hanan Webster (@EatCraftParent)

    I love that one in the tunnel. For some reason it reminds me of this tunnel in Seattle.

  14. Toni Patton

    LOve your photos. That tunnel one is my favorite.

  15. This was really cool. I really like the train picture. It reminds me of riding the subway everyday. Such a great project!

  16. I love the inside photos! I prefer outside.. but there’s a lot of beauty inside as well .

  17. Liz (@blueviolet)

    I think of elevators as being inside. I also think of places without natural light as inside.

  18. aleshafulltimemama

    These are awesome! I love the one in the tunnel (in a car?). Very neat, love the different locations!

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  22. I am working to improve my photography skills so this was an interesting post to look at.

  23. I really like the shots taken from within the tunnel. The ones that show tail lights of the cars ahead. That to me, is what my own perspective is. Trailing behind but still in the game. Great pics, all of them :)

  24. The subway train is my belly laugh for the day. If I got on that train and saw that I’d be laughing so hard I’d miss my stop! Oh what a joy !

  25. Was one of them driving in an underground tunnel? That’s what I thought of anyway, and then I thought of my kids because they think those tunnels are so fun to go through. An adventure in themselves. :)

  26. Interesting inside photos. I love the quotes you posted as well.

  27. StacieinAtlantaS

    I love all the photos! I especially love the train photo. I don’t have a train system really where I live but its actually fun for me when I go to cities that do have them.

  28. Great post! I love obscure photos like this. I like the one in the subway. I have taken the subway every visit to NYC. I feel like its a real way to see the city.

  29. Wow…those are great photos!! I love the ones of the inside of the tunnels.

  30. Dina Demarest (@dinade)

    I love the angle from the Pigeons door. The tunnel looks great too. I’m not sure I would have gone in there though.

  31. You have some cool inside shots! Great way to meet the prompt!

  32. I love that Emerson quote. So true! Beautiful pics too!

  33. The pictures look fantastic. Such interesting choices

  34. Very cool one in the tunnel. Very cool quotes too!

  35. You take BEAUTIFUL photos! I love them. Thanks for sharing!

  36. I like the tunnel pictures! I always love going inside a lighted tunnel!

  37. I laughed at the “Pigeons have you in their sights.” SO funny.

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  40. Great photo challenge! Those spaces are stunning.

  41. Amazing art work and photos. I would love to see that in person.

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  43. We’ve not had a lot of interior time since the weather has been so beautiful! I do, however, have several outdoor photos I am loving.

  44. Great photos, I like the lighted tunnel best. Very unique photographs.

  45. I really enjoyed all your inside photos. There is something therapeutic about taking pictures, or at least it seems that way. I take an average of 50 a day

  46. Speaking of inside, I was just thinking this weekend about how I wish I had a better working space inside my home. If I made it really focused on my online blogging and work, it would probably allow me to get more things done.

  47. Lauren (Lolo)

    I love those photos in the tunnel!

  48. Such awesome photos! I love the set at the end that looks like a cinema(? can’t really tell but I see a movie reel in there for sure)!

  49. What great photos – Ha, I love the one that looks like it’s in the subway that says “Pigeons have you in their sight”!

  50. Neat! I love the bright hallway! Looks like a children’s museum or something.

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  52. Awesome photos! I love me a good photo challenge!

  53. You always have such neat posts here. Love the photos and honestly I think I need to find a photo challenge to take part in. Such fun!

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