This week’s challenge is Inside.
The definition of Inside is quite circular : “the inner or internal part; interior”
Does “Inside” only have a meaning when there is an “outside“?
What does it mean when it is now possible to fly outside the universe?
Honestly, I don’t know. However, I would like to think that Inside only has a meaning when there is an outside, so Inside is only relative.
If I were a Panda inside a zoo, most visitors will see me as being in captivity, but equally, I would be perplexed why people have to struggle in the outside world.
In the following, I am trying to illustrate my perspective of Inside.
The second photo shows the stalactite dripping down from a limestone cavern in Okinawa, Japan. The limestone laden water has been dripping down for millions of years. Barely visible underneath the stalactite is a walkway; when compared with the stalactite, the walkway seemed so tiny.
Depending on the perspective, one could be inside as well as outside, but there are always beautiful pictures on both “sides”!