Saturday, January 9, 2016

The Silhouette Inside



I wanted to post this last week for the January windows prompt, but alas, I was on a series of three planes back to Korea.  I live on the 6th floor of a high rise building in the middle of downtown in a rather large city, and no one ever bothers looking up.  Too bad for them, 'cause I've done a lot of naughty things in this window...

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Sinful Sunday

14 comments:

  1. i love the suggestion of naughtiness in the window!!!

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  2. It took me a second to understand but when I did..whoa! This is beautiful and abstract. Well done.

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  3. It also took me a bit to understand the silhouette. It's understated and lovely for it!

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    1. I shot this on a timer from inside my apartment; I'm standing behind my window blind so that the people outside the building can see me (or could, if anyone ever bothered looking up at the windows!). ^^

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  4. Wow, that's intriguing and interesting and makes for a spectacular photo

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  5. Great photo...and I love the idea of what could be seen from outside, if they were looking! Xxx

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  6. Great photo :)
    It's amazing how much people miss.

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  7. so the moral of this story is, look up more often, you never know what delights you might see

    mollyxxx

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  8. Oh, gosh! That would convince everyone to look up

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  9. Fabulous image. I LOVE this . . . so clever and so very sexy!!!
    Xxx - K

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  10. Such a delightfully teasing image. I love the thought that we are glimpsing something illicit, but can't make out exactly what. And now I'm imagining the many naughty things you've done in the window. :)

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    1. It's a huge window and there's a couch underneath it to stand or sit (or kneel) on, so... a lot. :D

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  11. This is so cool!!!
    I had to lean back and really focus on it. Creative, abstract and really cool to view.

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