Mirrors are nets for light and objects.
These are images from the Hall of Mirrors at the Palace of Versailles just outside of Paris. This grand hall has 17 mirrored arches which draw in the light from the opposite windows. At the time of construction (about 1680) mirrors were one of the most expensive objects to obtain, and the republic of Venice held the monoply on their manufacture. It was in this hall that the treaty ending World War I was signed. (more at Wikipedia here)
This week’s photo challenge asks us to show containers. “This week, share your own vision of a container you find interesting. You can take the challenge as literally as you want — a box of chocolates, a broken bottle, your town’s water tank, an empty shell on the beach. Or go in a more figurative direction — from the skin that wraps our body to the comfort of a hug, we all constantly hold and are held by other things and other people.” See other responses to this challenge here.