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Window Peeping

Posted on | Shot on at 17:00:00

This post title is going to get me some creepy search hits I’m sure. This was the building across the street from my hotel in downtown Vancouver. I’ve never had this particular view of the inside of a building before. Hopefully somebody over there got a picture of me standing in the window in my shorts, half awake, looking out to see what the weather was doing.

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  • lol! it actually looks like some sort of dollhouse.. great shot! ;)

  • First of all – great idea for a photo.
    Second – It’s kind of funny how small and unimportant “we” look from such angle. Each to his own little cubicle, like mice…

  • such a contrast to the image you posted just prior to this one. i really like that you’ve filled the whole frame with the building and windows – gives me the feeling that i must look at what’s going on inside. i also really like the different light quality in each room – creates lot of visual interest and a wonderful sense of design.

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