Outside Looking In: Windows as Frames

Another way to use windows as frames is to be outside looking in…

Through the window darkly – Granville Island, Vancouver, BC.through the window darklyOutside looking in, inside looking out: cat in a window in Dinant, Belgium.
Outside looking in, inside looking out: cat in a window in Dinant, BelgiumOvergrown window in an abandoned house in Oregon, USA.Overgrown window in an abandoned house in Oregon, USASkull artfully placed in an old window on a movie set in Kanab, Utah.Skull artfully placed in an old window on a movie set in Kanab, UtahOpus Art Supplies in Vancouver lets you know what they have for sale inside the store in an amusing way.window at OpusLet me out and I’ll lick you to death, an eager dog in a car window in Galway, Ireland. In this case I like the way the reflection in the window gives a hint of the surroundings. I did a batch of photos like these in Belgium, where thanks to my lack of polarizing filter to reduce reflection, the interiors and exteriors merged in an almost surreal way.Eager to meet you, a dog in a car window in Galway, IrelandA couple of Al’s photos: this a window in Fort St. James, BC, Canada.Fort St. James window, BC, CanadaA window in an abandoned house in the town of Mondoñedo in northern Spain.Abandoned house in the town of Mondoñedo in northern SpainIncreasingly I’m finding that new printing technology and films create amusing views of what’s inside someplace while blocking the actual view of what’s inside. Because of the placement of some of these images I’m assuming that the people inside can still see out! (1st one: Vancouver; 2nd one India)Eyes peep out from the back window of the car in front of usTwo eyes peep out of a blind in the sun protector in the back window of a car in IndiaMore of the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Windows.

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