Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

This week, share what you see on the inside. It could be something literally inside. If you’d like, go in a personal direction — share a photo of your best friend laughing, showing how she feels on the inside, or an arresting shot of your son’s blue eyes (windows to the soul, dontcha know). This is also a great opportunity to put what you learned in Jeff Sinon’s guest post on composition into practice.


If you want to see what others come up with for this challenge then go to The Daily Post @ WordPress  Weekly Photo Challenge.

These images are taken from INSIDE Les Passages of Paris. To read more about them visit my other blog Travel Words.

10 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

    • Thanks janaline, these are probably the lightest passages (arcades) because of the glass roofs, there are some which are much more difficult to photograph and not so glamorous, but well worth a stroll through as they all have such an amazing variety of shops in them. Vivienne (the main photo) is probably the best preserved and has a lot of very expensive boutiques inside. If you have a look at my travel blog (link above) you will see more images and information about these interesting arcades.

  1. It reminds me so much of Burlington Arcade, and Piccadilly Arcade, both in central London. I used to work near them, and would often stroll through, to admire the architecture, as well as the ridiculously expensive items on offer! Nice shots Jude, regards as always, Pete. x

    • You see I have never come across these in the UK, apart from the Victoria Arcades in Leeds, but apparently Cardiff has some good examples too! I must get out more 😉

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