Longing for the Jungle
My faithful friend, Darcy (from Pride and Prejudice) has been a indoor cat from day one. He will sit by this open window for hours observing the comings and goings of birds, foxes, deer, and whatever else he can imagine. He got out once, and came racing back through the open door a minute later. But his world is our home and he seems happy with that.
Shot with a Nikon D7500
Shot JPG HI @ 5568x3712
F 5.61/125 second
Focal Length 183mm
Cropped and edited in Photoshop CS
Assignment: Photographers have always had a love affair with windows, from View from the window at Le Gras to Robert Frank’s Parade, Hoboken, New Jersey to numerous gorgeous Windows photos from our own 52Frames albums. Some argue that it is because a room with a window is a continuation of the eye with its pupil and the camera with its lens opening. Others say that we love windows because they represent an interesting contrast – windows allow us to connect with the outside world and yet at the same help us to place a screen between us and everything outside the window. Your challenge this week creative Framers is to decide if you want to shoot from the outside in or from the inside out. Your window can act as a frame, provide a reflection or you can even shoot through a window. You can shoot a train, car, airplane or boat window. Repeated window patterns or a large stained glass window. There are windows everywhere, so go and show us how the world looks through your window!