It’s been awhile since I’ve participated in a weekly photo challenge. A difficult challenge for an outside photographer like me. In fact I think the theme for me should be inside looking out!
If you’re interested in any of these images just click on them for purchase/download info. These versions are too small and anyway are copyrighted and not available for free download without my permission, sorry. Please contact me if you have any questions. For many more takes on the theme, see Inside. Let’s start with a few caves:
There are numerous sculpted caves in the granite of Baja California’s desert.
A cave in southern Thailand features beautiful terraced speleothems.
A beach cave on California’s Lost Coast.
And now inside a few interesting structures:
Inside a Buddhist Temple in Laos.
View from inside one of the colonial buildings surrounding the square in the town of Quetzaltenango (“Xela”) in the Guatemalan highlands.
In the little-visited Mayan ruins of Xpuhil in the southern Yucatan, Mexico, it’s possible to climb up a dark passageway to a chamber with a high keyhole view out.
Couldn’t resist a peak inside a flower. I feel so much the voyeur!
View inside a Spring Tulip.
And finally, inside the landscape:
Inside aptly named Wall Street, Bryce Canyon, Utah
The sun peeks into the narrow confines of Antelope Canyon, Arizona.
Inside the dense rain forest of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington on one of the many misty days.
Inside the narrows of Oneonta Gorge in Oregon during high waters of spring.