Thursday, 5 October 2017

5 in 5 - October 2017 - Where Inside and Outside Meet

Welcome to '5 in 5' where on the 5th of
each month I post 5 photos that I have
taken in 5 minutes.




For the past year I have been making regular visits to London, as part of my NLP Training and Practice. I have really enjoyed the opportunity to stay in a hotel near the Embankment and to explore the local area. There are so many photo opportunities and some I have already shared here, and once again I was spoilt for choice.

I resisted the urge to take the familiar and walked with an open mind, waiting for inspiration.  Then I looked through a window and noticed the reflection. It was a strange juxta position, where inside and outside meet. So this month, here are my collection of 5 photos taken in 5 minutes - it's good to look at things differently sometimes.









Last month Maggie, Mary-Lou, Karen, Melanie, Eileen, JoAnn, Joy, Borqna and Tomoko joined me in this monthly photo challenge. Thank you! I love seeing your take on 5in5! And if YOU would like to pick up your camera to join in, it would be lovely to have your company. 

Here's what you do and there are more details here
1.  Choose a location.

2.  Have your camera ready.

3.  Set a timer for 5 minutes (I use my mobile phone).

4.  Take as many photos you can (or wish to) until the time is up.

5.  Choose 5 photos to download and share by using the link tool below.

                              You have until the 25th of the month to add your photos.

Thank you for popping by and don't forget to add your link below if you would like to join us in this month's 5in5. 

8 comments:

  1. Oh, I really like these. What's really interesting to me is that there are almost no people present in any of the photos. I really like all the angles in the first photograph, and the pops of color from the flowers and the angle of the tables in the last one. I'll be back with my 5 in 5 after the weekend.

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    1. Thank you Karen, I enjoyed taking these reflections.
      I took the photos in the early morning, and as it was the weekend there was no commuters on their way to work. I expect there was a lot more tourists around, an hour or two later.

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  2. What a lovely collection of your photos! I like them and their reflections.
    Happy day to you and 5 in 5!

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  3. Sandie what a really inspiring perspective - I am sure we all see these types of reflections & just keep moving. I particularly like the last one of the flowers on the tables.

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    1. Thank you Jo-Ann. I think the flowers on the tables is one of my favourites too. I'll be looking out for some reflections in windows from now!

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  4. Oh, I love reflections photos! We're going on a vacation soon & I'll be watching for these types of shots.

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    1. Have a lovely time away, Melissa.

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  5. A very clever use of windows giving a great result. I think I would have to get the windolene out first if I were to use my own windows!

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