You can’t go on “seeing through” things forever. The whole point of seeing through something is to see something through it. To “see through” all things is the same as not to see.
- C.S. Lewis, The Abolition of Man
It wasn’t too hard to find a photo in my archives to demonstrate ‘Through’. Windows are very good for this sort of thing. This one is our patio and driveway in the summer through our front door window.
This is the same view through the window today. Snow, thanks to a low pressure system moving in from Idaho into Montana then north into our province. And everyone thinks all the bad weather originates in Canada!
No, I wanted a much more difficult challenge, and for that I would have to use a magic spell. I took two photos, waved my magic mouse over them and uttered “Photoshopis elementis transperantis layerosis!”
Ta Da! You can see right through the closed door of my dishwasher! Yes, I know the view isn’t crystal clear, but dishwashers are notorious for leaving a bit of a soapy film, aren’t they?
If you would like to see how other photographers have interpreted this challenge, click on this link: WordPress Photo Challenge: Through.
My Similar Story about looking through a window: Mrs. Mallard and the Great Balancing Act