Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

From the inside out

Inside the tower

Inside the tower, Oxburgh Hall

View from inside, Hardwick Hall

View from inside, Hardwick Hall

From the outside in

Outside Rome's wall, looking in

Outside Rome’s wall, looking in

Looking in Roman windows, early morning

Looking in, Roman windows, early morning

I have taken a literal approach to this week’s Photo Challenge.  You can see what others are doing here.

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12 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

  1. We still have some of the houses–quite old now–that were built by the British. They mostly have inevitable verandas with Roman arches. Pic #4 reminds me of this design. In pic #1, the brickwork (hope I’m right) gives the tower a cosy secluded feel. Love it 🙂

    As always, I look forward to your pic prompts. This didn’t disappoint at all.

    • Thank you for the compliment as always, Uzo. #1 is a tower on top of the building and I think it would have been used as a look out (for potential attack) so it may not have been as cozy as it looks 🙂

      • Yes, I agree with you — it may not be cozy after all. It’s just that it reminds me of a place, where I used to go up to and find some peace of mind and comfort as a child. In retrospect, it’s a bit funny. But it helped me in certain ways.

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