Weekly Photo Challenge: CONTRAST, 3

I seem to have taken a lot of photos over time that contrast Inside and Outside. They bear a resemblance to one another, but somehow to me there’s a very different feel to each of them. I’m not sure why exactly — whether it’s the light in each pair, or the relationship between inside and outside (if there is one). Or something else entirely.

To lead off, then, first of three, and the most intimate of the photos, taken in a B&B in Maine:

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10 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: CONTRAST, 3

  1. tms says:

    The iron curlicue of the bedstead (if that’s what it is) seems to echo the patterns on the curtains, which again echo the bushes outside… An interesting picture, Judith, and a nice idea for both a contrast and inside/outside. I am looking forward to more.

  2. Patti Kuche says:

    Judith, this is so stunning and I love the sense of movement within the contrast!

    • Touch2Touch says:

      Thank you, Patti!
      I think of it as a very private picture, in which all significance is inside, the outside is just a quick glimpse. Quite a contrast (speaking of) to my fourth photo, which posts tomorrow. See what you think then —-

  3. pauline says:

    The outside appears as a dream through the curtains – an interesting view of being inside, almost as though the outside, though beautiful, must be kept at a distance…

  4. This makes me want to roll over, pull the covers up and sleep for “just a little while more, please.”

  5. Stef says:

    The layers of this image are terrific. (Hard wrought iron, flowy-yet-firm window shades, airy trees with completely free leaves…) Very cool. Good eye lady!

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